Brand effect versus competitiveness in hypernetworks

  title={Brand effect versus competitiveness in hypernetworks},
  author={Jinli Guo and Qi Suo},
  volume={25 2},
A few of evolving models in hypernetworks have been proposed based on uniform growth. In order to better depict the growth mechanism and competitive aspect of real hypernetworks, we propose a model in term of the non-uniform growth. Besides hyperdegrees, the other two important factors are introduced to underlie preferential attachment. One dimension is the brand effect and the other is the competitiveness. Our model can accurately describe the evolution of real hypernetworks. The paper… 

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