Book — 1 online resource (xxv, 1288 pages) : illustrations (some color) Digital: text file.PDF.
Part I: Network measures.- A comparison of approaches to computing betweenness centrality for large graphs.- Cycle-centrality in economic and biological networks.- A game theoretic neighbourhood-based relevance index.- The impact of partially missing communities on the reliability of centrality measures.- Consistent estimation of mixed memberships with successive projections.- Reducing pivots of approximated betweenness computation by hierarchically clustering complex networks.- Power network equivalents: a network science based k-means clustering method integrated with silhouette analysis.- Part II: Link Analysis and Ranking.- Newton's gravitational law for link prediction in social networks.- Efficient outlier detection in hyperedge streams using minHash and locality-sensitive hashing.- Layer-wise model stacking for link prediction in multilayer networks. Case of scientific collaboration networks.- Evolutionary community mining for link prediction in dynamic networks.- Rank aggregation for course sequence discovery.- Part III: Community Structure.- Community-based feature selection for credit card default prediction.- Tracking bitcoin users activity using community detection on a network of weak signals.
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This book highlights cutting-edge research in the field of network science, offering scientists, researchers, students and practitioners a unique update on the latest advances in theory and a multitude of applications. It presents the peer-reviewed proceedings of the VI International Conference on Complex Networks and their Applications (COMPLEX NETWORKS 2017), which took place in Lyon on November 29 - December 1, 2017. The carefully selected papers cover a wide range of theoretical topics such as network models and measures; community structure, network dynamics; diffusion, epidemics and spreading processes; resilience and control as well as all the main network applications, including social and political networks; networks in finance and economics; biological and ecological networks and technological networks. (source: Nielsen Book Data)