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In the formation of networks, perception plays the role of governing the way we communicate with one another. Humans form connections based on their own reality and belief system, hence, we tend to migrate towards people with similar likes and dislikes, building these networks of people we know, respect and trust. A simple factor tree was used as a mathematical analogy to represent the structure of networks and how it can be broken down into smaller and smaller segments to complement the essay in that the average person knows a lot of people but respects less and trusts even less.
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