@MISC{Is_isthe, author = {Theta Scale Is}, title = {is the Euclidean distance from}, year = {} }

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L [2]. We call this the Waxman 2 model. ffl Scaling P (u; v) by a factor kffl=n, where ffl is the desired average node degree, n is the number of nodes and k is a constant that depends on ff and fi [1]. ffl Allowing ff ? 1:0 [3]. The second model, while not fundamentally different than the Waxman model, is interesting because the addition of the factor radius = kffl gives more direct control over the number of edges in the graphs that are generated, provided k is known. Clearly the ff parameter of the Waxman model can be chosen to be equivalent to any particular setting of the parameters k; ffl; n and ff in the Doar-Leslie model. We also propose two new models, intended to relate edge