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Randomness is a way to mathematically model uncertainty. We often assume to have access to some well-defined source of random numbers, or that input values or events follow some probability distribution.

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The short answer is that you can't use that software as-is to get what you want. For a fixed $m$, the Barabasi-Albert model always has the degree distribution $P_k \sim k^{-3}$, regardless of $m$. The …
answered Feb 24 '15 by Fizz