ベキ分布の作り方Algorithms / Models
 Preferential attachment [1], [7], [8]
 Msided die [2]
 Finitestate grammars [2]
 Random texts [3]
 Fragmentation process [4]
 SelfOrganized criticality (SOC) [5]
 Highly optimized tolerance (HOT) [6]
 Network optimization [9]
 Random observation of exponential growth [10]
 Fitness threshold [11]
 Hierarchical organization [12]
 Connecting nearest neighbor [13]
 Coupled duplicationdivergence (CDD) [13]
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