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An adaptive network of oscillators in fragmented and incoherent states can re-organise itself into connected and synchronized states.
Percolation theory shows that the formation of giant clusters of neurons relies on a few parameters that could be measured experimentally.
A subset of bootstrap percolation models, which stabilise systems of cells on infinite lattices, exhibit non-trivial phase transitions.
A simple formula gives the maximum time for an n x n grid to become entirely infected having undergone a bootstrap percolation process.
The critical probability for bootstrap percolation, a process which mimics the spread of an infection in a graph, is bounded for Galton-Watson trees.