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Random walks and diffusion on networks

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Random walks are ubiquitous in the sciences, and they are interesting from both theoretical and practical perspectives. They are one of the most fundamental types of stochastic processes; can be used to model numerous phenomena, including diffusion, interactions, and opinions among humans and animals; and can be used to extract information about important entities or dense groups of entities in a network. Random walks have been studied for many decades on both regular lattices and (especially...

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University of Oxford
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Somerville College
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Elsevier Publisher's website
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Physics Reports Journal website
Publication date:
2017-08-01
Acceptance date:
2017-07-25
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pubs:729443
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uuid:934c5ca5-4b5f-492a-8399-9ed9017615bd
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729443
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