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Latent-space network models have been used successfully in many applications in network science and other disciplines, yet the probability distributions in the random graph ensembles that these models define tend to be highly intractable. Therefore it is usually impossible to tell if a given real network is a typical element in a graph ensemble defined by a… (More)

The common sense suggests that networks are not random mazes of purposeless connections, but that these connections are organised so that networks can perform their functions. One common function that many networks perform is targeted transport or navigation. Here with the help of game theory we show that minimalistic networks designed to maximise the… (More)

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