Multi angle Weighted distances in scale free random graphs
Auteurs : Komjathy, Julia (Auteur de la Conférence)
CIRM (Editeur )
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Résumé : In this talk I will review the recent developments on weighted distances in scale free random graphs as well as highlight key techniques used in the proofs. We consider graph models where the degree distribution follows a power-law such that the empirical variance of the degrees is infinite, such as the configuration model, geometric inhomogeneous random graphs, or scale free percolation. Once the graph is created according to the model definition, we assign i.i.d. positive edge weights to existing edges, and we are interested in the proper scaling and asymptotic distribution of weighted distances.Codes MSC :
In the infinite variance degree regime, a dichotomy can be observed in all these graph models: the edge weight distributions form two classes, explosive vs conservative weight distributions. When a distribution falls into the explosive class, typical distances converge in distribution to proper random variables. While, when a distribution falls into the conservative class, distances tend to infinity with the model size, according to a formula that captures the doubly-logarithmic graph distances as well as the precise behaviour of the distribution of edge-weights around the origin. An integrability condition decides into which class a given distribution falls.
This is joint work with Adriaans, Baroni, van der Hofstad, and Lodewijks.
05C80 - Random graphs
60C05 - Combinatorial probability
60D05 - Geometric probability and stochastic geometry
90B15 - Network models, stochastic