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AbstractThe interactions among human beings represent the backbone of our societies. How people establish new connections and allocate their social interactions among them can reveal a lot of our social organisation. We leverage on a recent mathematical formalisation of the Adjacent Possible space to propose a microscopic model accounting for the growth and dynamics of social networks. At the individual's level, our model correctly reproduces the rate at which people acquire new acquaintancesdoi:10.1038/s42005-021-00527-1 fatcat:uxjk6qausjca5aidjmopo7i7qa