Flows in Complex Networks: Theory, Algorithms, and Application to Lennard-Jones Cluster Rearrangement

@article{Cameron2014FlowsIC,
  title={Flows in Complex Networks: Theory, Algorithms, and Application to Lennard-Jones Cluster Rearrangement},
  author={Maria Cameron and Eric Vanden-Eijnden},
  journal={CoRR},
  year={2014},
  volume={abs/1402.1736}
}
A set of analytical and computational tools based on transition path theory (TPT) is proposed to analyze flows in complex networks. Specifically, TPT is used to study the statistical properties of the reactive trajectories by which transitions occur between specific groups of nodes on the network. Sampling tools are built upon the outputs of TPT that allow to generate these reactive trajectories directly, or even transition paths that travel from one group of nodes to the other without making… CONTINUE READING
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