Bing. -Hong Wang

Bing. -Hong Wang
University of Science and Technology of China | USTC · School of Physical Sciences

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A generalized Langevin equation is suggested to describe a diffusion particle system with memory. The equation can be transformed into the Fokker–Planck equation by using the Kramers-Moyal expansion. The solution of Fokker–Planck equation can describe not only the diffusion of particles but also that of opinion particles based on the similarities b...
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Most complex systems are highly influenced by the dynamics of a small group of critical nodes. The fairness of online rating bipartite networks are also influenced by those spammers who disrupt the fairness of markets. However, a common flaw of most existing methods comes from non effectiveness to identify low-degree spammers because they are not s...
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In this paper, a cellular automata model with dual cruise-control limit is refined where the length of each cell is set to 1.5 m and each vehicle can still occupy five cells. The prominent feature of this new model is that these vehicles with low-speed and high-speed are not affected by noise and the slow start rule of the Takayasu and Takayasu mod...
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This study examines the cellular automata traffic flow model, which considers the asynchronous update of vehicles’ velocities. Computer simulations are used to identify three typical phases: linear free flow phase, nonlinear moving phase and traffic jam phase. Compared to the original NaSch model, the system of the present model can reach the maxim...
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The concept of a multilayer network describes a typical class of networks that have multiple types of links, that represent the different natures of interactions among nodes. In this paper, we study the percolation dynamics in double-layer networks with two topological layers composed of connectivity links and interdependency links. The failure of...
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In this study, a new cellular automata traffic flow model with dual cruise-control limit, where the vehicles with their velocities v=1,5 are not affected by noise and the slow-to-start rule is also introduced for standing vehicles with just one free cell, is established. Computer simulations are used to identify three typical phases from the fundam...
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It is a longstanding debate on the absence of threshold for susceptible-infected-susceptible (SIS) model on networks with finite second order moment of degree distribution. The eigenvector localization of the adjacency matrix for a network gives rise to the inactive Griffiths phase featuring slow decay of the activity localized around highly connec...
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In some systems, the connecting probability (and thus the percolation process) between two sites depends on the geometric distance between them. To understand such process, we propose gravitationally correlated percolation models for link-adding networks on the two-dimensional lattice $G$ with two strategies $S_{\rm max}$ and $S_{\rm min}$, to add...
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In some systems, the connecting probability (and thus the percolation process) between two sites depends on the geometric distance between them. To understand such process, we propose gravitationally correlated percolation models for link-adding networks on the two-dimensional lattice G with two strategies Smax and Smin, to add a link li,j to conne...
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Covering a network with minimum number of boxes is critical for using the renormalization technique to explore the network configuration space in a multiscale fashion. Here, we propose a versatile methodology composed of flexible representation and sampling of boxes, which have so far received scant attention, and the strategy of selecting boxes to...
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The box-covering method that covers a network with a minimum number of boxes is critical to demonstrate network fractals and the re-normalization analysis of complex networks. Moreover, one is able to investigate the network structure by analyzing the re-normalization flow or categorizing networks into several universal classes. A number of compell...
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In the course of development, sleep, or mental disorders, certain neurons in the brain display spontaneous spike-burst activity. The synaptic plasticity evoked by such activity is here studied in the presence of spike-timing-dependent plasticity (STDP). In two chemically coupled bursting model neurons, the spike-burst activity can translate the STD...
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Innovation, which involves technological transformation and management reorganization, brings about significant changes in modern society. In this paper, to investigate how innovations can be promoted, we propose a game-based model to study the co-evolutionary dynamics of human innovative behaviors. A simulation on scale-free networks is conducted,...
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Controlling complex networked systems is a real-world puzzle that remains largely unsolved. Despite recent progress in understanding the structural characteristics of network control energy, target state and system dynamics have not been explored. We examine how varying the final state mixture affects the control energy of canonical and conformity-...
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Two species of particles driven perpendicularly and interacting through hardcore exclusion on the 2D lattice is studied. Each particle has three moving directions without the back step. Under periodic boundary conditions, an intermediate phase has been found at which some particles could move along the border of jamming stripes. We have performed m...
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By defining a new measure to community structure, exclusive modularity, and based on cavity method of statistical physics, we develop a mathematically principled method to determine the completeness of community structure, which represents whether a partition that is either annotated by experts or given by a community-detection algorithm, carries c...
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Comparing with single networks, the multiplex networks bring two main effects on the spreading process among individuals. First, the pathogen or information can be transmitted to more individuals through different layers at one time, which enlarges the spreading scope. Second, through different layers, an individual can also transmit the pathogen o...
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It is a longstanding debate concerning the absence of threshold for the susceptible-infected-susceptible spreading model on networks with localized state. The dynamical interaction pattern, lying at the heart of the in- tractable controversy, has not been uncovered. Here we show that the interactions driving the localized-endemic state transition e...
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Weighted rating networks are commonly used by e-commerce providers nowadays. In order to generate an objective ranking of online items’ quality according to users’ ratings, many sophisticated algorithms have been proposed in the complex networks domain. In this paper, instead of proposing new algorithms we focus on a more fundamental problem: the n...
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To understand the multiple relations between developers and projects on GitHub as a whole, we model them as a multilayer bipartite network and analyze the degree distributions, the nearest neighbors' degree distributions and their correlations with degree, and the collaborative similarity distributions and their correlations with degree. Our result...
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The intersecting pedestrian flow on the 2D lattice with random update rule is studied. Each pedestrian has three moving directions without the back step. Under periodic boundary conditions, an intermediate phase has been found at which some pedestrians could move along the border of jamming stripes. We have performed mean field analysis for the mov...
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We ascertain the modularity-like objective function whose optimization is equivalent to the maximum likelihood in annotated networks. We demonstrate that the modularity-like objective function is a linear combination of modularity and conditional entropy. In contrast with statistical inference methods, in our method, the influence of the metadata i...
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In this paper, we propose a model of task-deletion mechanism based on the priority queueing system of Barabási (2005) to deep research the pattern diversity of human behaviors. The analytical solution for our model with two tasks is presented. In different cases of the parameter of task-deletion, our model can produce rich statistical behavior patt...
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In the public goods games, players attempt to optimize their payoffs, following as fair, generous, and extortionate rules according to the pattern needed for obtaining their expected profits compared to those of their opponents. In first type of rule (the fair one), players seek equal profits of the opponent, and the generous rule induces to lower...
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Scientific Reports 6 : Article number: 25294; 10.1038/srep25294 published online: 04 May 2016 ; updated: 10 October 2016 . This Article contains typographical errors.
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Recent experimental research has revealed that the cooperation in dynamic social networks, has significant scope for enhancement because individuals in a social system break the links with defective neighbours. To investigate how the length of defection tolerance affects the cooperation of prisoner's dilemma game in dynamic ring networks, we study...
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In real networks, the dependency between nodes is ubiquitous, however, the dependency is not always complete and homogeneous. In this paper, we propose a percolation model with weak and heterogeneous dependency, i.e., different nodes could have different dependency. We find that the heterogeneous dependency strength will make the system more robust...
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Some real-world networks are shown to be fractal or self-similar. It is widespread that such a phenomenon originates from the repulsion between hubs or disassortativity. Here we show that this common belief fails to capture the causality. Our key insight to address it is to pinpoint links critical to fractality. Those links with small edge betweenn...
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GitHub is a social collaborative coding platform on which software developers not only collaborate on codes but also share knowledge through blogs using GitHub Pages. In this article, we analyze the blogging behavior of software developers on GitHub Pages. The results show that both the commit number and the inter-event time of two consecutive blog...
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Strategy selection in games, a typical decision making, usually brings noticeable reward for players which have discounted value if the delay appears. The discounted value is measure: earning sooner with a small reward or later with a delayed larger reward. Here, we investigate effects of delayed rewards on the cooperation in structured population....
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The most common of strategy adoption in evolutionary games relies on players' payoffs of the last round. While a rational player usually fixes the coming strategy by comprehensively considering certain amount of payoff information within its memory length. Here, we explore several measures of historical payoffs in getting the weighted average payof...
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We study the percolation of coupled networks with both inner-dependency and interdependency links, where the inner-dependency links represent the dependencies between the nodes in the same network and the interdependency links represent the dependencies between the nodes in different networks. By tuning an introduced parameter $\beta$ that controls...
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The multiplex networks are often used as a platform that various pathogens or information spread on. In this paper we consider a spread process that only one kind of pathogen or information spreads over different layers simultaneously, such as opinion or rumor spreads online and offline. We study this model as a special bond percolation, and develo...
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This study examines the cellular automata traffic flow model, which considers the heterogeneity of vehicle acceleration and the delay probability of vehicles. Computer simulations are used to identify three typical phases in the model: free-flow, synchronized flow, and wide moving traffic jam. In the synchronized flow region of the fundamental diag...
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In this paper, we utilize Spearman rank correlation coefficient to measure mixing patterns in complex networks. Compared with the widely used Pearson coefficient, Spearman coefficient is rank-based, nonparametric, and size-independent. Thus it is more effective to assess linking patterns of diverse networks, especially for large-size networks. We d...
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A method based on the breadth-first search tree is proposed in this paper to characterize the hierarchical structure of network. In this method, a similarity coefficient is defined to quantitatively distinguish networks, and quantitatively measure the topology stability of the network generated by a model. The applications of the method are discuss...
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For past decades, the main attention of the evolutionary games has been focused on cooperation mechanism with the assumption that the strategy information of all players are known. However, it is difficult for observers to obtain the global information of players' strategies in the real world, and some players even hide their strategy information t...
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In this paper, we study how special patterns affect certain dynamic process on networks. The process we analyze is an iteration to generate a doubly-stochastic matrix consistent to the adjacent matrix of a network and the patterns can be described as h non-interconnected vertices only connect other g vertices (h>g). From the perspective of network...
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Most of real-world networks are called scale-free networks, since the degree distribution follows a power law. However, observing from a node, its nearest neighbors degree distribution expressed by conditional probability P(k′|k) lacks definite studies and conclusions. Here, we provide a systematic study combined with theoretical and empirical demo...
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Controlling complex networks accompanied by common conformity behavior is a fundamental problem in social and physical science. Conformity behavior that individuals tend to follow the majority in their neighborhood is common in human society and animal communities. Despite recent progress in understanding controllability of complex networks, the ex...
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This paper studies the effect of vehicles' changing lanes in the original Biham-Middleton-Levine traffic flow model. According to local vehicular information, the dynamics allows for vehicles changing their rows or columns. Simulation results show that the intermediate stable phase identified in the original model can be observed and maintained in...
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In social systems, the purpose of individuals playing games is to get higher payoffs. However, if the benefit from game interactions does not achieve their expectation, agents may be more inclined to escape from games to reduce the potential consumption. Of particular interest, this trait could be mimicked by the so-called "silence" strategy. In th...
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The bidirectional selection between two classes widely emerges in various social lives, such as commercial trading and mate choosing. Until now, the discussions on bidirectional selection in structured human society are quite limited. We demonstrated theoretically that the rate of successfully matching is affected greatly by individuals' neighborho...
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Networks with mutual dependence have been shown to be much more vulnerable to random failures and targeted attacks than those without. However, in real networks, the dependence between two nodes is not always mutual. Periphery nodes may depend on hub nodes, yet the converse is not necessarily true. Considering this asymmetric dependence, we propose...
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A minimal model based on individual interactions is proposed to study the non-Poisson statistical properties of human behavior: individuals in the system interact with their neighbors, the probability of an individual acting correlates to its activity, and all individuals involved in action will change their activities randomly. The model creates r...
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This paper studies heterogeneous traffic flow that comprises two types of vehicles with different lengths at a single intersection consisting of two perpendicular one-lane roads. Based on theoretical analysis and computer simulations, we have presented the phase diagrams which consist of five regions and the topological structure of which is indepe...
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Hierarchical geographical traffic networks are critical for our understanding of scaling laws in human trajectories. Here, we investigate the susceptible-infected epidemic process evolving on hierarchical networks in which agents randomly walk along the edges and establish contacts in network nodes. We employ a metapopulation modeling framework tha...
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We empirically study the activity pattern of individual blog-posting and observe the interevent time distributions decay as power-laws at both individual and population level. As different from previous studies, we find significant short-term memory in it. Moreover, the memory coefficient first decays in a power law and then turns to an exponential...
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In this paper, we investigate the data of industries in China and find that the frequency distributions of fixed assets and fixed-assets' investment of industries obey power laws. We show that these power-law modes can be explained by the rules of the Simon Model, rather than the existing investment theories such as the classical investment theory...
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Facing the threats of infectious diseases, we take various actions to protect ourselves, but few studies considered an evolving system with competing strategies. In view of that, we propose an evolutionary epidemic model coupled with human behaviors, where individuals have three strategies: vaccination, self-protection and laissez faire, and could...
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Glossary Definition of the Subject Introduction Basic Concepts of Network Synchronization Synchronizability Versus Structure Enhancing Network Synchronizability Future Research Outlook Acknowledgments Bibliography
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Uncovering human mobility patterns is of fundamental importance to the understanding of epidemic spreading, urban transportation and other socioeconomic dynamics embodying spatiality and human travel. According to the direct travel diaries of volunteers, we show the absence of scaling properties in the displacement distribution at the individual le...
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In a recent work Parshani et al (2011 Proc. Natl Acad. Sci. USA 108 1007), dependence links have been introduced to the percolation model and used to study the robustness of the networks with such links, which shows that the networks are more vulnerable than the classical networks with only connectivity links. This model usually demonstrates a firs...
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The interactions between investors and investments are of significant importance to understand the dynamics of financial markets. An evolutionary model is proposed to investigate the dynamic behaviors of investors and investments in a market ecology. The investors are divided into two groups, active ones and passive ones, distinguished by different...
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The effect of overpasses in the Biham-Middleton-Levine traffic flow model with random and parallel update rules has been studied. An overpass is a site that can be occupied simultaneously by an eastbound car and a northbound one. Under periodic boundary conditions, both self-organized and random patterns are observed in the free-flowing phase of th...
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To motivate more people to participate in vaccination campaigns, various subsidy policies are often supplied by government and the health sectors. However, these external incentives may also alter the vaccination decisions of the broader public, and hence the choice of incentive needs to be carefully considered. Since human behavior and the network...
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The interplay between traffic dynamics and epidemic spreading on complex networks has received increasing attention in recent years. However, the control of traffic-driven epidemic spreading remains to be a challenging problem. In this Brief Report, we propose a method to suppress traffic-driven epidemic outbreak by properly removing some edges in...
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Conditional interactions are common in both human and animal societies. To understand the impacts of this feature on the evolution of cooperation, we propose a modified public goods game combined with conditional interactions in terms of the aspiration payoffs. Through simulations, we find that the function of the fraction of cooperators and the sy...
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Quantum networks provide access to exchange of quantum information. The primary task of quantum networks is to distribute entanglement between remote nodes. Although quantum repeater protocol enables long distance entanglement distribution, it has been restricted to one-dimensional linear network. Here we develop a general framework that allows app...
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Game theory is introduced to simulate the complicated interaction relations among the conflicting pedestrians in a pedestrian flow system, which is defined on a square lattice with the parallel update rule. Modified on the traditional lattice gas model, each pedestrian can move to not only an empty site, but also an occupied site. It is found that...
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In this paper, we study dynamical traffic light strategies in the Biham-Middleton-Levine traffic flow model. The strategies use local vehicular information to control urban traffic, which take into account the interaction of vehicles traveling in different directions via considering their dynamical spatial configuration. Simulations find out two st...
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Two-way selections play an important role in human social life. In this paper, we analyze the minimum model of random two-way selections system and provide its exact results on the matching ratio. Defining two basic relative ratios: $\eta$ for the ratio of selection quantities from both sides, and $\xi$ for the ratio of the total number of states t...
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Effects of violating traffic light behavior are studied in this paper based on the cellular automata (CA) model proposed by Biham-Middleton-Levine (BML). We define two kinds of drivers: one obeys the traffic light rule, the other ignores it. Simulation results show that the violator increases the average velocity of free flowing phase while decreas...