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Analysing Motifs in Multilayer Networks

@article{Zhong2019AnalysingMI,
  title={Analysing Motifs in Multilayer Networks},
  author={Lu Zhong and Qingpeng Zhang and D. Yang and Guanrong Chen and Shih Yuan Yu},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2019},
  volume={abs/1903.01722}
}
Network motifs can capture basic interaction patterns and inform the functional properties of networks. However, real-world complex systems often have multiple types of relationships, which cannot be represented by a monolayer network. The multilayer nature of complex systems demands research on extending the notion of motifs to multilayer networks, thereby exploring the interaction patterns with a higher resolution. In this paper, we propose a formal definition of multilayer motifs, and… 

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