General expression for component-size distribution in infinite configuration networks

  title={General expression for component-size distribution in infinite configuration networks},
  author={Ivan Kryven},
  journal={Physical review. E},
  volume={95 5-1},
  • I. Kryven
  • Published 2017
  • Mathematics, Medicine, Computer Science
  • Physical review. E
In the infinite configuration network the links between nodes are assigned randomly with the only restriction that the degree distribution has to match a predefined function. This work presents a simple equation that gives for an arbitrary degree distribution the corresponding size distribution of connected components. This equation is suitable for fast and stable numerical computations up to the machine precision. The analytical analysis reveals that the asymptote of the component size… Expand
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