Localisation of optical modes in complex networks
The Minerva Center, Department of Physics, Bar-Ilan University, Ramat-Gan, 52900, Israel
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Recently there has been a growing interest in the localisation pheno- menon in complex networks. Localisation has been studied for disordered lattices, fractal lattices, Cayley trees, small-world networks, random graphs, Erdös-Rényi graphs, and scale-free networks. These studies provide new insights into long-standing questions pertaining to localisation, such as its upper critical dimension. The study of localisation on complex networks opens a new class of experimental systems, the optical networks, as a testbed for these ideas. Complex networks are also relevant to the study of new and exciting ideas in many-particle interacting systems such as Fock-space localisation.
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