Natalie Stanley

Learn More
Oral viscosity plays an important role in the textural appreciation of fluid and semi-solid foods. Oral assessments of viscosity, thickness, stickiness and sliminess correlate with both small-deformation and large-deformation rheological measurements. Small-deformation measurements of viscosity at an oscillatory frequency of 50 rad.s-1 have the highest(More)
—Multilayer networks are a useful data structure for simultaneously capturing multiple types of relationships between a set of nodes. In such networks, each relational definition gives rise to a layer. While each layer provides its own set of information, community structure across layers can be collectively utilized to discover and quantify underlying(More)
Many systems are naturally represented by a multilayer network in which edges exist in multiple layers that encode different, but potentially related, types of interactions, and it is important to understand limitations on the detectability of community structure in these networks. Using random matrix theory, we analyze detectability limitations for(More)
  • 1