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Given a network where edges represent entities and directed vertices represent relationships between entities, and each vertex has a strength between 0 (no relationship) and 1 (strongest). I'm ...
In this paper by Kempe-Kleinberg-Tardos, the Authors propose a greedy algorithms based on submodular functions to determine the $k$ most influential nodes in a graph, with applications to social ...
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I hope you can help. I am looking for the best way to generate random bipartite graphs with localised structure within one of the node types. Such that type A visits a local group of type B with a ...
Last few months I started to lecture myself on social choice, arrow's theorem and related results. After reading about the seminal results, I asked myself about what happens with partial order ...