INVESTIGADORES
LA ROCCA Cristian Ernesto
artículos
Título:
Conservative model for synchronization problems in complex networks
Autor/es:
CRISTIAN E. LA ROCCA; LIDIA A. BRAUNSTEIN; PABLO A. MACRI
Revista:
PHYSICAL REVIEW E
Editorial:
AMER PHYSICAL SOC
Referencias:
Lugar: New York; Año: 2009 vol. 80 p. 26111 - 26111
ISSN:
1539-3755
Resumen:
In this paper we study the scaling behavior of the interface fluctuations (roughness) for a discrete model with conservative noise on complex networks. Conservative noise is a noise which has no external flux of deposition on the surface and the whole process is due to the diffusion. It was found that in Euclidean lattices the roughness of the steady state W_s does not depend on the system size. Here, we find that for Scale-Free networks of N nodes, characterized by a degree distribution P(k) ~ k^{-lambda}, W_s is independent of N for any lambda. This behavior is very different than the one found by Pastore y Piontti et. al [Phys. Rev. E 76, 046117 (2007)] for a discrete model with non-conservative noise, that implies an external flux, where W_s ~ ln N for lambda < 3, and was explained by non-linear terms in the analytical evolution equation for the interface [La Rocca et. al, Phys. Rev. E 77, 046120 (2008)]. In this work we show that in this processes with conservative noise the non-linear terms are not relevant to describe the scaling behavior of W_s.
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