Self-similarity of banking network
AbstractWe analyzed a network structure formed by monetary transactions between financial institutions. We present a procedure to extract a network structure from a set of records of transactions. The extracted network has self-similarity described by a power-law degree distribution. We also introduce a propagation function to describe the self-similarity. A model of network formation based on a mean-field type interaction is proposed to reproduce the self-similarity of the network.
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Volume (Year): 339 (2004)
Issue (Month): 3 ()
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Banking; Network; Mean-field;
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