Node Type

On the pages listed below networks are classified according to node type.

  • Boolean — nets with binary nodes, e.g. voter model, SIS-model
  • Tristate — nets with three node states, e.g. SIRS-model
  • Multi-state — nets with a finite number of node states > 3, but not complex strategies
  • Countable — infinitely-many (countable) states, e.g. natural numbers
  • Uncountable — uncountably many states, e.g. real numbers
  • Complex — complex states that are difficult to count, e.g. Holme & Goshal

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