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 CN  Vol.9 No.3 , August 2017
The Synchronizability and Optimized Analysis of the Hierarchical Network
Abstract: A large number of research results show that the synchronizability of complex networks is closely related to the topological structure. Some typical complex network models, such as random networks, small-world networks, BA scale-free network, etc, have totally different synchronizability. In this paper, a kind of hierarchical network synchronizability of self-similar module structures was studied, with more focus on the effect of the initial size of the module and network layer to the synchronizability and further research on the problem of network synchronous optimization. The Law of Segmentation Method was employed to reduce the maximum node betweenness and the Law of Parallel Reconnection employed to improve the ability of synchronizability of complex network by reducing the average path length of networks. Meanwhile, the effectiveness of proposed methods was verified through a lot of numerically simulative experiments.
Cite this paper: Lin, H. , Jia, Z. and Long, Y. (2017) The Synchronizability and Optimized Analysis of the Hierarchical Network. Communications and Network, 9, 207-218. doi: 10.4236/cn.2017.93015.
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