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Null Models for Community Detection in Spatially-Embedded, Temporal Networks

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Jul 24, 2014

Marta SarzynskaMason A Porter

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In the study of networks, it is often insightful to use algorithms to determine mesoscale features such as \``community structure'', in which densely connected sets of nodes constitute \`\`communities'' that have sparse connections to other communities. The most popular way of detecting...read more

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Null Models for Community Detection in Spatially-Embedded, Temporal Networks

bioRxiv

Jul 24, 2014

Marta SarzynskaMason A Porter

PMID: 990007435

DOI: 10.1101/007435

Abstract

In the study of networks, it is often insightful to use algorithms to determine mesoscale features such as \``community structure'', in which densely connected sets of nodes constitute \`\`communities'' that have sparse connections to other communities. The most popular way of detecting...read more

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