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Many real world networks change over time. This may arise due to individuals joining or leaving the network or due to links forming or being broken. These events may arise because of interactions between the vertices which occasion payoffs which subsequently determine the fate of the nodes, due to ageing or crowding, or perhaps due to isolation. Such phenomena result in a dynamical system which may lead to complex behaviours, to self-replication, to chaotic or regular patterns, to emergentdoi:10.4236/am.2010.13018 fatcat:t5etgvdi6fcmhk6cm35lzzle3a