Diffusion on complex networks: a way to probe their largescale topological structures
(2004) XVIII Max Born Symposium @'Statistical Physics outside Physics@' In Proceedings of the XVIII Max Born Symposium @'Statistical Physics outside Physics@' (Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications) 336(12). p.163173 Abstract
 A diffusion process on complex networks is introduced in order to uncover their largescale topological structures. This is achieved by focusing on the slowest decaying diffusive modes of the network. The proposed procedure is applied to realworld networks like a friendship network of known modular structure, and an Internet routing network. For the friendship network, its known structure is well reproduced. In case of the Internet, where the structure is far less well known, one indeed finds a modular structure, and modules can roughly be associated with individual countries. Quantitatively, the modular structure of the Internet manifests itself in an approximately 10 times larger participation ratio of its slowest decaying modes as... (More)
 A diffusion process on complex networks is introduced in order to uncover their largescale topological structures. This is achieved by focusing on the slowest decaying diffusive modes of the network. The proposed procedure is applied to realworld networks like a friendship network of known modular structure, and an Internet routing network. For the friendship network, its known structure is well reproduced. In case of the Internet, where the structure is far less well known, one indeed finds a modular structure, and modules can roughly be associated with individual countries. Quantitatively, the modular structure of the Internet manifests itself in an approximately 10 times larger participation ratio of its slowest decaying modes as compared to the null modela random scalefree network. The extreme edges of the Internet are found to correspond to Russian and US military sites. (C) 2004 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved. (Less)
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 Simonsen, I; Eriksen, Kasper ^{LU} ; Maslov, S and Sneppen, K
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 2004
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 published
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 statistical physics, complex random networks, network modules
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 Proceedings of the XVIII Max Born Symposium @'Statistical Physics outside Physics@' (Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications)
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 336
 issue
 12
 pages
 163  173
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 Elsevier
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 XVIII Max Born Symposium @'Statistical Physics outside Physics@'
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 03784371
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 10.1016/j.physa.2004.01.021
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 English
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