Samuel Thiriot

Monday 14 November 2016
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example of GII network

Overview

In this variation of Simple Interconnected Islands, each island is made of a growing network instead of a random network. Leads to a skewed distribution of degree in the network.

Sourcecode

This R script enable a low-perf generation of SII (requires the igraph package).

Example

Generate a GII network:

Display it and observe some of its properties:

Resources
List of the resources shared on this website: models, data, sourcecode
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