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Title: Studies of the Dynamics of Critical K=2 Kauffman Networks Using Complex Relevant Element Loops
Authors: Shan-Tarng Chen;Hsen-Che Tseng;Shu-Chin Wang;Ping-Cheng Li
Contributors: 物理系
Keywords: random Boolean networks;Kauffman networks;network dynamics
Date: 2007-12
Issue Date: 2011-05-11T05:48:20Z
Publisher: The Physical Society of Japan
Abstract: Our investigations focus on the various features of relevant element loops that have one element with two inputs. Such networks occur as relevant components of critical�K=2 random Boolean networks. We have found many interesting results. Of them, one rather important outcome is that the mean number of attractors of the relevant element loops increases exponentially with the system size, yet the mean length of attractors increases at a power-law rate with the system size, but not faster than any power law.
Relation: Journal of the Physical Society of�Japan, 76(12):124005
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