||The main basis of this research is to analysis social states after the Internet Meme, based on the theory of Bose-Einstein Condensation which propound by Bianconi and Barabási. To construct a reliable social network analysis system, this study uses BB model through the study of Tin-Huang Dai and Wei-Ping Li. Entropy and closeness centrality of the social network represent a group of people which has a common preference in real world. To make this study close to the real society, we differentiate two kinds of people which have common preference, fandom and fan club. On the basis of two kinds of fans, BB model conducts adaptive evolution through MMF functions of temperature and closeness centrality in the network model. This study attempts observing the states after the Internet Meme though two different kinds of fans and regulating all the parameter of MMF functions to correspond to the real society environment, K-pop is the main case in the study and to find out why it can create a big wave of music industry in ten years. The results found that the states of a social network may not be a steady state after Internet Meme; adaptive evolution of the social network with fandom more easily achieves Internet Meme and steady state.|
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