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Les Hatton

2010k1

The characteristic shape of software

Invited talk to Lysator, University of Linkoping, 16-11-2010Lysator-16-11-2010_PowerLaw.pdf

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Some recent thoughts on power-law appearance in software systems and more on the general theorem I proved last year that the probability of components appearing of a certain size obeys a power-law in the unique set of tokens used to build them. I will develop this some more but the theorem seems to be holding up gratifyingly well so far on all the experiments I have now done.None yet9

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