Evolution of Random Networks

K. Christensen, R. Donangelo, B. Koiller, and K. Sneppen
Physical Review Letters 81(11), 2380, 1998.

We investigate extremal dynamics on random networks. In the quenched case, after a transient time the dynamics is localized in the largest cluster. The activity in the largest cluster is nonergodic, with hot spots of activity typically centered around nodes with a high coordination number. The nonergodicity of the activity opens for models of evolving networks, which can self-organize into fractal geometries.

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