Bi-universality characterizes a realistic spatial network model

@article{Gross2017BiuniversalityCA,
  title={Bi-universality characterizes a realistic spatial network model},
  author={Bnaya Gross and Michael M. Danziger and Sergey V. Buldyrev and Shlomo Havlin},
  journal={arXiv: Physics and Society},
  year={2017}
}
One of the most powerful findings of statistical physics is the discovery of universality classes which can be used to categorize and predict the behavior of seemingly different systems. However, many real--world complex networks have not been fitted to the existing universality classes. Here, we study a realistic spatial network model with link-lengths of a characteristic scale $\zeta$. We find that this simple spatial network topology, though not fulfilling the requirements of any single… 

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