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Continuum Limits for Adaptive Network Dynamics

@inproceedings{Gkogkas2021ContinuumLF,
  title={Continuum Limits for Adaptive Network Dynamics},
  author={Marios-Antonios Gkogkas and Christian Kuehn and Chuang Xu},
  year={2021}
}
Adaptive (or co-evolutionary) network dynamics, i.e., when changes of the network/graph topology are coupled with changes in the node/vertex dynamics, can give rise to rich and complex dynamical behavior. Even though adaptivity can improve the modelling of collective phenomena, it often complicates the analysis of the corresponding mathematical models significantly. For non-adaptive systems, a possible way to tackle this problem is by passing to so-called continuum or mean-field limits, which… 
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