Spatially Embedded Networks is an EPSRC funded project, EP/N002458/1, linked to a project in Oxford EP/N002350/1. It involves exploring mathematical and network properties random graphs in which the nodes are located in space, with application to wireless communications. These are data files corresponding to figures 2,3 and 6 of the paper "How sticky is the chaos/order boundary?", C. P. Dettmann.
Dettmann, C. P., 30 Sept 2017, Dynamical Systems, Ergodic Theory, and Probability: in Memory of Kolya Chernov: Conference Dedicated to the Memory of Nikolai Chernov Dynamical Systems, Ergodic Theory, and Probability May 18–20, 2015 University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, Alabama. Bloch, A. M., Bunimovich, L. A., Jung, P. H., Oversteegen, L. G. & Sinai, Y. G. (eds.). American Mathematical Society, p. 111-12818 p. (Contemporary Mathematics; vol. 698).
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Dettmann, C. (Creator), Dettmann, C. (Data Manager) (23 Mar 2016). How sticky is the chaos/order boundary?. University of Bristol. 10.5523/bris.ujws3ienvh8q1arcsm7c4q7ew