Small World

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Small World (board Game) - History
... Philippe Keyaerts developed Small World from his earlier board game, Vinci ... Small World has a new theme, the addition of dice, and separate race and powers pools ... Small World was released in March 2009 in English, German and French editions ...
Complex Network - Small-world Networks
... A network is called a small-world network by analogy with the small-world phenomenon (popularly known as six degrees of separation) ... The small world hypothesis, which was first described by the Hungarian writer Frigyes Karinthy in 1929, and tested experimentally by Stanley Milgram (1967), is the idea that two arbitrary people are connected by ... Watts and Steven Strogatz published the first small-world network model, which through a single parameter smoothly interpolates between a random graph to a lattice ...
Small World - Other Uses
... It's a Small World, a ride at several Disney parks, commonly known as Small World Small World (board game), a board game by Days of Wonder Smallworld, a Geographic ...
Small World (board Game)
... Small World is a board game designed by Philippe Keyaerts and published by Days of Wonder in 2009 ... Small World has won several awards, including Games magazine 2010 Game of the Year ...

Famous quotes containing the words world and/or small:

    Whatever happens, every individual is a child of his time; so philosophy too is its own time apprehended in thoughts. It is just as absurd to fancy that a philosophy can transcend its contemporary world as it is to fancy that an individual can overleap his own age, jump over Rhodes.
    Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel (1770–1831)

    There were none of the small deer up there; they are more common about the settlements. One ran into the city of Bangor two years before, and jumped through a window of costly plate glass, and then into a mirror, where it thought it recognized one of its kind.... This the inhabitants speak of as the deer that went a-shopping.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)