Randomness and Complexity in Networks

author: Tim Evans, Theoretical Physics, Imperial College London
published: Dec. 14, 2007,   recorded: October 2007,   views: 106
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Recently we showed that a simple model of network rewiring could besolved exactly for any time and any parameter value. We also showed that this model can be recast in terms of several well known models of statistical physics such as urn model and the voter model. We also noted that it has been applied to a wide range of problems. Here we consider various generalisations of this model and includesome new exact results.

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