Semi-Markov Graph Dynamics

@article{Raberto2011SemiMarkovGD,
  title={Semi-Markov Graph Dynamics},
  author={Marco Raberto and Fabio Rapallo and Enrico Scalas},
  journal={PLoS ONE},
  year={2011},
  volume={6}
}
In this paper, we outline a model of graph (or network) dynamics based on two ingredients. The first ingredient is a Markov chain on the space of possible graphs. The second ingredient is a semi-Markov counting process of renewal type. The model consists in subordinating the Markov chain to the semi-Markov counting process. In simple words, this means that the chain transitions occur at random time instants called epochs. The model is quite rich and its possible connections with algebraic… 

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