# Random matrix analysis of multiplex networks

@article{Raghav2021RandomMA, title={Random matrix analysis of multiplex networks}, author={Tanu Raghav and Sarika Jalan}, journal={Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications}, year={2021} }

We investigate the spectra of adjacency matrices of multiplex networks under random matrix theory (RMT) framework. Through extensive numerical experiments, we demonstrate that upon multiplexing two random networks, the spectra of the combined multiplex network exhibit superposition of two Gaussian orthogonal ensemble (GOE)s for very small multiplexing strength followed by a smooth transition to the GOE statistics with an increase in the multiplexing strength. Interestingly, randomness in the… Expand

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