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Topological phase transition in a network model with preferential attachment and node removal

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Topological phase transition in a network model with preferential attachment and node removal
Preferential attachment is a popular model of growing networks. We consider a generalized model with random node removal, and a combination of preferential and random attachment. Using a high-degree expansion of the master equation, we identify a topological phase transition depending on the rate of node removal and the relative strength of preferential vs. random attachment, where the degree distribution goes from a power law to one with an exponential tail.
Heiko Bauke, Cristopher Moore, Jean-Baptiste Rouqu
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Type Journal
Year 2012
Where CORR
Authors Heiko Bauke, Cristopher Moore, Jean-Baptiste Rouquier, David Sherrington
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