A Directed Network of Greek and Roman Mythology

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Choi, Yeon-Mu; Kim, Hyun-Joo;
  • Subject: Physics - Physics and Society | Condensed Matter - Statistical Mechanics

We study the Greek and Roman mythology using the network theory. We construct a directed network by using a dictionary of Greek and Roman mythology in which the nodes represent the entries listed in the dictionary and we make directional links from an entry to other ent... View more
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