### Table 2. Different contexts of graphing in mathematics and physics.

### Table 1. Some essential differences between the use of variables in mathematics and physics.

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### Table 3: Modeling terminology in mathematics / statistics and physics

2007

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### Table 3: Modeling terminology in mathematics / statistics and physics

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### TABLE 1. Constraint Mathematical representation Physical meaning

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### Table 1. Network measurements terminology in mathematics/physics and statistics/social network analysis

2007

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### Table 1. Network measurements terminology in mathematics/physics and statistics/social network analysis

"... In PAGE 21: ... It also presents an illustrative example to point out the commonalities and differences among regular, random, small world and scale-free networks. Table1 gives an overview of the different terminology used in different scientific disciplines and their interrelations. Obviously, the different disciplines have developed similar techniques in parallel.... ..."