A SVC-based Method to Detect Multi-scalar Noisy Communities in Complex Networks ∗

@inproceedings{Zhao2011ASM,
  title={A SVC-based Method to Detect Multi-scalar Noisy Communities in Complex Networks ∗},
  author={Jun-Fei Zhao and Jiguang Wang and Xiang-Sun Zhang},
  year={2011}
}
Abstract Due to the prevalence of community phenomenon in social and biological networks, community detection is becoming one of the most important problems in complex network research. Although many methods have been developed to partition networks, most of them are based on heuristic algorithms, which do not ensure the stable solutions. In this paper, we design an accurate method based on support vector clustering, which can detect the multi-scalar community in noisy networks. Since our… CONTINUE READING

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