Martin Greiner

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Inspired by the Statistical Physics of complex networks, wireless multihop ad hoc communication networks are considered in abstracted form. Since such engineered networks are able to modify their structure via topology control, we search for optimized network structures, which maximize the end-to-end throughput performance. A modified version of betweenness(More)
Motivated by the possible application to technical communication networks, we study a game-theoretical approach to network structure creation. By allowing nodes to change their neighborhood to maximize their payoff according to the rules of the iterated prisoner's dilemma (IPD) the network structure is coupled to game dynamics. The local changes of the(More)
The observed structure of protein interaction networks is corrupted by many false positive/negative links. This observational incompleteness is abstracted as random link removal and a specific, experimentally motivated (spoke) link rearrangement. Their impact on the structural properties of gene-duplication-and-mutation network models is studied. For the(More)
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