Discovering hidden layers in quantum graphs.

@article{Gajewski2021DiscoveringHL,
  title={Discovering hidden layers in quantum graphs.},
  author={Łukasz G. Gajewski and Julian Sienkiewicz and Janusz A. Hołyst},
  journal={Physical review. E},
  year={2021},
  volume={104 3-1},
  pages={
          034311
        }
}
Finding hidden layers in complex networks is an important and a nontrivial problem in modern science. We explore the framework of quantum graphs to determine whether concealed parts of a multilayer system exist and if so then what is their extent, i.e., how many unknown layers are there. Assuming that the only information available is the time evolution of a wave propagation on a single layer of a network it is indeed possible to uncover that which is hidden by merely observing the dynamics. We… Expand
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