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Burstiness and Correlations Affect Spreading on Temporal Networks

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  • UserDr Renaud Lambiotte (Department of Mathematics, Naxys, University of Namur, Belgium)
  • ClockTuesday 12 November 2013, 16:30-17:30
  • HouseKeynes Hall in Kings College.

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In the study of dynamical processes on networks, there has been intense focus on network structure – i.e., the arrangement of edges and their associated weights – but the effects of the temporal patterns of edges remains poorly understood. In this talk, I will focus on analytically-tractable models in order to identify mechanisms by temporality affects transient and stationary properties of dynamical processes. In particular, I will study the effect of the waiting-time distribution between events, and of correlations between successive events.

This talk is part of the Cambridge Networks Network (CNN) series.

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