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Welcome to Event Dispersal Simulation

For many college students, Facebook is a large part of their hectic and digitalized lives. One of its prominent features is called the Events. It is a tool that allows propagation of events as widely as possible. Arguably, it is the fastest and the most efficient way to spread events in UC Berkeley campus.

The purpose of this project is to simulate the dispersal of Facebook Events. For example, say I am hosting a Birthday party. I would invite all of my Facebook Friends. Among those friends, some would Join the event with certain probability. Furthermore, some of my closer friends would Share this event to his or her friends, propagating the event even more. This process would continue until everyone has seen the event, or it simply dies down due to low probability of people sharing the events. My project attempts to simulate this process utilizing mainly Javascript.

This project was made by Bonghyun Kim under the direction of Professor David Aldous.

For questions, bugs, or any other comments, please email me at bkim515@gmail.com