Hu Jin, Wei Jiaolong, Huang Shuanglin, Peng Fuyuan. Evolution Dynamic Behavior of Weighted Networks with Disadvantaged Long-Range Connection[J]. Chinese Journal of Electronics, 2010, 19(3): 515-520.
Citation: Hu Jin, Wei Jiaolong, Huang Shuanglin, Peng Fuyuan. Evolution Dynamic Behavior of Weighted Networks with Disadvantaged Long-Range Connection[J]. Chinese Journal of Electronics, 2010, 19(3): 515-520.

Evolution Dynamic Behavior of Weighted Networks with Disadvantaged Long-Range Connection

  • Received Date: 1900-01-01
  • Rev Recd Date: 1900-01-01
  • Publish Date: 2010-07-05
  • Complex networks have established themselves as being particularly suitable and flexible for representing and modeling several complex natural and society systems. In this paper, a model for the growth of weighted networks that couples the establishment of new edges and vertices and weights' dynamical evolution was proposed by analyzing the disadvantaged long-range connection behavior in weighted networks. In the model, we introduced the concepts of field strength and interaction-force in classic charge field theory to construct a simple field theory in networks. Based on interactive-force-driven network evolution dynamics, the model integrates the strength, topology, and distance. In order to present the networks generated by the model, a method to construct weighted networks on lattices was suggested. The networks generated by the model on lattices exhibit the statistical properties observed in several real-world systems. In particular, the model yields the spatial collectivization phenomenon, small world property, and scale-free behavior simultaneously.
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