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Thu, 04/07/2011 - 18:46

Bringing the experiments I've been doing into the wiki's makefile. Also bringing in the results from that big job I started last week.

The mean probability of fixation vs. in degree looks about perfect (it's supposed to be a straight line with slope of -1):

Figure:
Mean probability of fixation vs. in degree of initially mutated vertex in EGT simulations on power-law directed networks.

Interestingly, there is a strong relationship with out degree as well:

Figure:
Mean probability of fixation vs. out degree of initially mutated vertex in EGT simulations on power-law directed networks.

In this case the slope seems to be 0.5.

These probabilities are aggregated across all the vertices of each degree on a large number of power-law in degree / power-law out degree directed graphs, with exponents for the in and out degree distributions varying independently between -1.1 and -3.

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