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Liu et al recently proposed a minimum number of driver nodes needed to obtain full structural controllability over a directed network. Driver nodes are unmatched nodes, from which there are directed paths to all matched nodes. Their most important assertion is that a system's controllability is to a great extent encoded by the underlying network's degree distribution, P(k_in, k_out). Is the controllability of a network decided almost completely by the immediate neighbourhood of a node, while,arXiv:1209.3737v1 fatcat:rh2kd2d2c5e4fi2gohpw3jzomy