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Articles by Chong Li
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  Chong Li , Shi-Ze Guo , Zhe-Ming Lu and Yu-Long Qiao
  Complex network is a young and booming research area, which makes people know more about the characteristic of complex systems and get deeper acquaintanceship about nature. As randomness is a common characteristic of many real-life complex systems, people take a long time to research it and constructed many stochastic models. However, these models still cannot make people clear how the complex network is formed vividly step by step. Therefore, deterministic models have attracted considerable interests for their topological features can be analytically obtained. Swirl is a common natural phenomenon, which has attracted much attention in recent years. In this study, inspired by the swirl phenomenon, a deterministic model is first constructed to describe swirl-shaped networks and then both analytical solutions and experimental results are presented for the topological characteristics of the proposed model. The results demonstrate that the proposed model is a constant-degree centrosymmetric network with a high clustering coefficient.
  Dongling Liang , ZhenWu Shi , Xinyan Shao , Chong Li and Jia zhou
  Base on China's business of foreign contract projects and the contractor's failure to foresee the risks in bidding which causes great loss. This paper presents the concept of hidden risks in international contracting projects, establishes the implicit risks evolution model based on the evolutionary game theory, analyzes the hidden risks of transferring system and gives proposals to avoid the hidden risks in international project.
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