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Eigenvalue tunneling and decay of quenched random network

Avetisov V. A., Hovhannisyan M., Gorsky A., Tamm M., Valba O. V., Nechaev S.

We consider the canonical ensemble of N-vertex Erdos-Rényi (ER) random topological graphs with quenched vertex degree, and with fugacity μ for each closed triple of bonds. We claim complete defragmentation of large-N graphs into the collection of [p-1] almost full subgraphs (cliques) above critical fugacity, μc, where p is the ER bond formation probability. Evolution of the spectral density, ρ(λ), of the adjacency matrix with increasing μ leads to the formation of a multizonal support for μ>μc. Eigenvalue tunneling from the central zone to the side one means formation of a new clique in the defragmentation process. The adjacency matrix of the network ground state has a block-diagonal form, where the number of vertices in blocks fluctuates around the mean value Np. The spectral density of the whole network in this regime has triangular shape. We interpret the phenomena from the viewpoint of the conventional random matrix model and speculate about possible physical applications.