Physics – Physics and Society
5 pages, submitted to PRE
In this paper, we present a method to project co-authorship networks, that accounts in detail for the geometrical structure of scientists collaborations. By restricting the scope to 3-body interactions, we focus on the number of triangles in the system, and show the importance of multi-scientists (more than 2) collaborations in the social network. This motivates the introduction of generalized networks, where basic connections are not binary, but involve arbitrary number of components. We focus on the 3-body case, and study numerically the percolation transition.
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