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Effects of Antimodularity and Multiscale Influence in Random Boolean Networks

Figure 2

Adjacency matrixes and networks of standard, modular, and antimodular RBNs. All the networks consist of 6 nodes (N = 6) and 12 links. In the network, each node has two input nodes on average (K = 2). In the adjacency matrixes, blue means that there is a link between corresponding nodes, and yellow represents that there is no link in the defined module. (a) A standard RBN. The links are randomly distributed. (b) A modular RBN with three modules (AB, CD, and EF). There are 9 intramodular links and 3 intermodular links. (c) An antimodular RBN. The same modules as (b) are assumed. There are 3 intramodular links and 9 intermodular links.

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