THE CONCEPTUAL STRUCTURE OF PHYSICS TEXTBOOKS FOR SECONDARY SCHOOLS
AbstractTextbooks are an essential part of the learning process, therefore they need to be written in a way that is easy to understand. In real life, we often come across complex systems with scale invariant (power law) distributions, which display a surprising degree of tolerance against errors, i.e. degree of robustness. We are confident that knowledge organized in this manner is better for usage in textbooks and promotes easier learning as content would be more intelligible. Initially, we talk about the evolution of some networks, and then we deal with the differences between Poisson and scale invariant distribution in real networks. In conclusion, we are looking for connection between scale invariant distribution and Zipf’s law.
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