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Dynamical Models of Random Simplicial Complexes

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Models of scale free random graphs are ubiquitous in their application to network science. Such models encode information about interactions between pairs of vertices, but mechanisms that encode interactions be- tween multiple vertices are less well studied. In this context, recently a number of authors (such as Bianconi and Rahmede) have paid special attention to random evolving simplicial complexes as a suitable model. Motivated by this, we introduce general dynamical models of random simplicial complexes and derive a formula for the asymptotic degree dis- tribution. This asymptotic formula generalises results for a number of existing models, including random Apollonian networks and the weighted random recursive tree. Joint work with Nikolaos Fountoulakis, Cécile Mailler and Henning Sulzbach.

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