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Diffusion and cascading behavior in random networks

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Joint with Probability Series and Joint with Newton Institue, Stochastic Processes in Communication Sciences Program.

We analyze diffusion models on diluted random networks with neighborhood effects. We show how large cascades can be triggered by small initial shocks and compute critical parameters: contagion threshold for a random network, phase transition in the size of the cascade.

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