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Self-Organizing Networks

The idea at the core of self-organizing networks is that natural dynamics of units does not necessarily result in chaos but can also lead to organizing behavior yielding interdependence among units. Empirical examples of self-organizing networks (such as Wikipedia and herd ...

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