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Examples of evolving networks in physics [closed]

I'm a master student working on networks analysis in general. A network is something that has nodes and there are links between the nodes. Nodes and links could have attributes. An evolving network is ...
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What is the difference between scale-free network and small-world network? [closed]

What is the difference between scale-free network and small-world network? I can't understand from the definitions around the web if they are both the same name for one thing. Do both follow a ...
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Degree-degree correlations in networks

In their paper Specificity and Stability in Topology of Protein Networks (Science 2002) Maslov and Sneppen introduced a null-model to evaluate degree-degree correlations in networks. Maslov also ...
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Why isn't data lost when sent over large distances?

I was thinking about how information is sent, for example through the atmosphere. There are plenty of obstacles, as well diffraction, etc. Still, no information is lost. How is information sent to ...
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Book reviewing current state of research on complex networks [closed]

Can anybody recommend a book reviewing the current state of knowledge and active research on complex networks? Not primarily a textbook but a true review of the field - ideally with references to ...
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Toolbox for Complex Networks and Graphs

Is there a toolbox which helps in visual simulation and modeling of a network (say a mesh or ring) consisting of coupled synchronized system of nonlinear equations(ODE) which represent a system of ...
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Does the spin glass corresponding to a restricted Boltzmann machine have a characteristic timescale?

From what I gather, a Boltzmann machine can be identified with a spin glass. Though I don't know the details yet (and would welcome any references within the last 5 years--not, e.g. MacKay, etc.), I ...
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Which areas in physics overlap with those of social network theory for the analysis of the graphs?

I am studying social networks in terms of graph theory and linear algebra. I know that physicists have published and worked a lot in this field. This causes me to assume that there are sub-fields in ...