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1. A number of direct social contacts (one direct friends, relatives or acquaintances) stays within the limit of Dunbar number (strict: 150, generous: 250) 2. Throughout the community only two degrees of social separation exist. That means that for every member of community all other members are either one's direct social contacts or direct social contacts of his/her direct social contacts (“friends of a friend”).
1. Can anybody help me formulate a nice mathematical function, to estimate a size of community, based on the parameters listed above? Or perhaps (likely) such formula already exists, only I was unable to find it. Then, point me in the right direction, please. 2. Can anybody help me establish what are empirical values of the shared contacts percentage in various communities and what influences that? Most probably it is known already, I am just unable to ask proper questions, while googling.
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