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# [SSS27-13] Statstical Properties of the Olami-Feder-Christensen Model on the Complex Network

As a result, it is found that the magnitude frequency obeys nearly power law as well as the GR law, regardless of the dissipation-rate. Furthermore, by changing the dissipation-rate, the statistical behavior varies and is roughly categorized into three types; (1) Mainshock-Aftershock, (2) Foreshock-Mainshock-Aftershock, and (3) Stationary sequences. Especially first two behaviors are similar to the characteristic intermittent-clustering behavior of earthquakes.

Characteristic feature of this model is that even if the node has largest degree, sometimes multiple-releases occur in one event. During such a large event (regarded as the mainshock) stress redistribution is repeated between large degree nodes and overwhelmingly many smaller nodes. Therefore, as almost all nodes in the network are involved in the mainshock, aftershocks in this model are not considered to be the events releasing the remaining stresses which are not released by the mainshock.

In order to understand the role of aftershocks in this model, we propose a roughness parameter, which is thought to reflect the non-uniformity of stresses on the network, to make clear the total behavior of OFC model. With this parameter we found that aftershocks are not thought to be the events in order to release remaining stress at the edge of the mainshock rupture zone, but to be the process that nodes interact and cooperate to return to a stable roughness level specific to the construction of the network.