By Wei Chen
This thesis is dedicated to the learn of the Bohman-Frieze-Wormald percolation version, which indicates a discontinuous transition on the serious threshold, whereas the section transitions in random networks are initially thought of to be powerful non-stop section transitions. The underlying mechanism that ends up in the discontinuous transition during this version is punctiliously analyzed and lots of attention-grabbing serious behaviors, together with a number of huge elements, a number of section transitions, and volatile large elements are printed. those findings must also be precious in regards to functions in different disciplines equivalent to physics, chemistry and biology.
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