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Small World and Scale-Free Network Topologies in an Artificial Regulatory Network Model

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Small world and scale-free network topologies commonly exist in natural and artificial systems. Many mechanisms for producing these topologies have been presented in the literature. We present an artificial regulatory network model generated by a duplication / divergence process on a randomly generated genetic string and show that networks with small world and scale-free topologies can be produced with some regularity.