- Jun 2020
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- longer edges
- latent space
- geographical fitness
- smaller probabilities
- spatial strength centrality
- spatial embeddings
- synthetic network
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- May 2020
Pastor-Escuredo, D., & Tarazona, C. (2020). Characterizing information leaders in Twitter during COVID-19 crisis. ArXiv:2005.07266 [Physics]. http://arxiv.org/abs/2005.07266
- Oct 2017
In particular, the in-degree centrality shows the number of tiesa node receives from others.
use of in-degree and out-degree centralities to measure understand the structure of network.
node size indicates betweenness centrality.Colorsindicate conversational themes (redfor action,bluefor knowledge sharing andgreenfor community).Color figure online
Node attributes and betweenness centrality.
- Sep 2017
Sociologically, this law of networks is how inequality is built in and reproduced, i.e. it takes money to make money. People gravitate to those who already have connections, power or influence which gives those people more power, connections and influence.