2 0 A pr 2 00 5 Highly Optimized Tolerance and Power Laws in Dense and Sparse Resource Regimes

@inproceedings{Manning201720A,
  title={2 0 A pr 2 00 5 Highly Optimized Tolerance and Power Laws in Dense and Sparse Resource Regimes},
  author={M Lisa Manning and Jean M. Carlson and James J Doyle},
  year={2017}
}
forest fire models have arisen as paradigms in complex systems theory, initially for the SOC mechanism [25, 27, 28] and later also for HOT [1, 3, 10]. Inspiration for SOC comes from statistical physics, where lattice models have played a central role in theoretical explorations of large scale consequences of local interactions [30]. HOT is motivated by biology and engineering, where lattice models are a less natural starting point. Nonetheless, in an effort to clarify comparisons between the… CONTINUE READING