Failure Tolerance of Motif Structure in Biological Networks

@inproceedings{Mirzasoleiman2011FailureTO,
  title={Failure Tolerance of Motif Structure in Biological
                    Networks},
  author={Baharan Mirzasoleiman and Mahdi Jalili},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2011}
}
Complex networks serve as generic models for many biological systems that have been shown to share a number of common structural properties such as power-law degree distribution and small-worldness. Real-world networks are composed of building blocks called motifs that are indeed specific subgraphs of (usually) small number of nodes. Network motifs are important in the functionality of complex networks, and the role of some motifs such as feed-forward loop in many biological networks has been… CONTINUE READING

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