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Susceptible-infected-susceptible dynamics on the rewired configuration model

@article{StOnge2017SusceptibleinfectedsusceptibleDO,
  title={Susceptible-infected-susceptible dynamics on the rewired configuration model},
  author={Guillaume St‐Onge and Jean-Gabriel Young and Edward Laurence and Charles Murphy and Louis J. Dub'e},
  journal={arXiv: Physics and Society},
  year={2017}
}
We investigate the susceptible-infected-susceptible dynamics on configuration model networks. In an effort for the unification of current approaches, we consider a network whose edges are constantly being rearranged, with a tunable rewiring rate $\omega$. We perform a detailed stationary state analysis of the process, leading to a closed form expression of the absorbing-state threshold for an arbitrary rewiring rate. In both extreme regimes (annealed and quasi-static), we recover and further… 

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