Rishi Ranjan Singh

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Betweenness centrality is a centrality measure that is widely used, with applications across several disciplines. It is a measure which quantifies the importance of a vertex based on its occurrence in shortest paths between all possible pairs of vertices in a graph. This is a global measure, and in order to find the betweenness centrality of a node, one is(More)
We consider a generalization of the capacitated vehicle routing problem known as the cumulative vehicle routing problem in the literature. Cumulative VRPs are known be a simple model for fuel consumption in VRPs. We examine four variants of the problem, and give constant factor approximation algorithms. Our results are based on a well-known heuristic of(More)
—Centrality measures, erstwhile popular amongst the sociologists and psychologists, has seen wide and increasing applications across several disciplines of late. In conjunction with the big data problems there came the need to analyze big networks and in this connection, centrality measures became of great interest to the community of mathematicians,(More)
—Centrality measures, erstwhile popular amongst the sociologists and psychologists, has seen wide and increasing applications across several disciplines of late. In conjunction with the big data problems there came the need to analyze big networks and in this connection, centrality measures became of great interest to the community of mathematicians,(More)
Human navigation has been of interest to psychologists and cognitive scientists since the past few decades. It was in the recent past that a study of human navigational strategies was initiated with a network analytic approach, instigated mainly by Milgrams small world experiment. We brief the work in this direction and provide answers to the algorithmic(More)
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