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Accelerating Network Statistical Dynamics

Fredrick Michael

posted on 13 May 2016

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Recently there has been great interest in studying the complexity of networks in ever more complex detail that includes acceleration, a varying and possibly random strengths of links, the network topology and its hidden metrics. In short the complexification of network research and its application to ever more detailed physical dynamics has brought networks to the athematics of statistical dynamics of interacting systems, of which the simpler models as these newly studied complex networks are special cases of, and which all can be described by a general field theory. Eschewing the full field theory however we present the intermediate theory a statistical dynamics of accelerating networks and of varying links weights, the current state of the art.