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  • Planar unclustered graphs to model technological and biological networks 

    Miralles de la Asunción, Alicia; Chen, Lichao; Zhang, Zhongzhi; Comellas Padró, Francesc de Paula (2009-02-25)
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    Many real life networks present an average path length logarithmic with the number of nodes and a degree distribution which follows a power law. Often these networks have also a modular and self-similar structure and, in ...
  • Planar unclustered scale-free graphs as models for technological and biological networks 

    Miralles de la Asunción, Alicia; Comellas Padró, Francesc de Paula; Chen, Lichao; Zhang, Zhongzhi (2010-03-01)
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    Many real life networks present an average path length logarithmic with the number of nodes and a degree distribution which follows a power law. Often these networks have also a modular and self-similar structure and, ...
  • Self-similar non-clustered planar graphs as models for complex networks 

    Comellas Padró, Francesc de Paula; Zhang, Zhongzhi; Chen, Lichao (2008-10-10)
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    In this paper we introduce a family of planar, modular and self-similar graphs which have small-world and scale-free properties. The main parameters of this family are comparable to those of networks associated with complex ...
  • The number of spanning trees in Apollonian networks 

    Zhang, Zhongzhi; Wu, Bin; Comellas Padró, Francesc de Paula (2014-05-31)
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    In this paper we find an exact analytical expression for the number of spanning trees in Apollonian networks. This parameter can be related to significant topological and dynamic properties of the networks, including ...
  • Vertex labeling and routing in expanded Apollonian networks 

    Zhang, Zhongzhi; Comellas Padró, Francesc de Paula; Fertin, Guillaume; Raspaud, André; Rong, Lili; Zhou, Shuigeng (2007-07)
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    We present a family of networks, expanded deterministic Apollonian networks, which are a generalization of the Apollonian networks and are simultaneously scale-free, small-world, and highly clustered. We introduce a ...