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Student
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Sergey Naumenko
Search Problem and Spreading Activation in Semantic Networks
2019
Complex processes of interactions between different interconnected systems are effectively described with the networks theory. The processes of spreading activation, such as penetration of disease in some population or expansion news in Twitter are an important challenge in the theory of complex networks.

In this paper, attention is paid to the computer simulation of activation propagation through semantic networks. There is complete model, which allows to simulate the solution of RAT problems. Also some hypotheses related to the analysis of the influence of network topology and the complexity of RAT problems on the results of a real experiment are tested.

This work consists of 29 pages. In addition there are data of RAT experiment and the programm code of key functions for simulation in Python.

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