Cycle distributions in random nets
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Characteristics of random nets are derived from assumptions concerning the distribution of connections. The single aggregate of neurons with random connections without branching and two parallel chains with normal distribution of connections are considered. The cycle saturation is derived for each type of net, that is, the fraction of neurons which are members of cycles. It is shown that in the single aggregate with random connections, the cycle saturation varies inversely as the square root of the number of neurons; in the dense two-chain net it varies inversely as the square root of the neuron density and inversely on the square root of the standard deviation of the normal distribution.
KeywordsBiophysics Volume Neuron Density Parallel Chain Iteration Formula Synaptic Delay
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