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Phase Transitions in Random Boolean Networks with Different Updating Schemes

@article{Gershenson2003PhaseTI,
  title={Phase Transitions in Random Boolean Networks with Different Updating Schemes},
  author={Carlos Gershenson},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2003},
  volume={nlin.AO/0311008}
}
  • C. Gershenson
  • Published 5 November 2003
  • Physics, Computer Science, Biology, Mathematics
  • ArXiv
In this paper we study the phase transitions of different types of Random Boolean networks. These differ in their updating scheme: synchronous, semi-synchronous, or asynchronous, and deterministic or non-deterministic. It has been shown that the statistical properties of Random Boolean networks change considerable according to the updating scheme. We study with computer simulations sensitivity to initial conditions as a measure of order/chaos. We find that independently of their updating scheme… Expand
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