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Functional cartography of complex metabolic networks
High-throughput techniques are leading to an explosive growth in the size of biological databases and creating the opportunity to revolutionize our understanding of life and disease. InterpretationExpand
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The worldwide air transportation network: Anomalous centrality, community structure, and cities' global roles
We analyze the global structure of the worldwide air transportation network, a critical infrastructure with an enormous impact on local, national, and international economies. We find that theExpand
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Cartography of complex networks: modules and universal roles.
Integrative approaches to the study of complex systems demand that one knows the manner in which the parts comprising the system are connected. The structure of the complex network defining theExpand
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Team Assembly Mechanisms Determine Collaboration Network Structure and Team Performance
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We propose a model for the self-assembly of creative teams that has its basis in three parameters: team size, the fraction of newcomers in new productions, and the tendency of incumbents to repeat previous collaborations. Expand
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Missing and spurious interactions and the reconstruction of complex networks
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We present a general mathematical and computational framework to deal with the problem of data reliability in complex networks. Expand
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Module identification in bipartite and directed networks.
Modularity is one of the most prominent properties of real-world complex networks. Here, we address the issue of module identification in two important classes of networks: bipartite networks andExpand
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Modularity from fluctuations in random graphs and complex networks.
The mechanisms by which modularity emerges in complex networks are not well understood but recent reports have suggested that modularity may arise from evolutionary selection. We show that findingExpand
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Extracting the hierarchical organization of complex systems
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We introduce and validate an unsupervised method for extracting an accurate multiscale representation of complex biological, social, and technological networks. Expand
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Classes of complex networks defined by role-to-role connectivity profiles.
In physical, biological, technological and social systems, interactions between units give rise to intricate networks. These-typically non-trivial-structures, in turn, critically affect the dynamicsExpand
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Modeling the world-wide airport network
Abstract.Recently, we have presented the first exhaustive analysis of the world-wide airport network. Two important results of that study are that: (i) the world-wide airport network is a small-worldExpand
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