The goal of this work is to study how increased variability in the degree distribution impacts the global connectivity properties of a large network. We approach this question by modeling the network as a uniform random graph with a given degree sequence. We analyze the effect of the degree variability on the approximate size of the largest connected… (More)
We introduce the truncation method for solving a backward heat conduction problem. For this method, we give the stability analysis with new error estimates. Meanwhile, we investigate the roles of regularization parameters in these two methods. These estimates prove that our method is effective.