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Basic Notions for the Analysis of Large Affiliation Networks / Bipartite Graphs

@article{Latapy2006BasicNF,
  title={Basic Notions for the Analysis of Large Affiliation Networks / Bipartite Graphs},
  author={Matthieu Latapy and Cl{\'e}mence Magnien and Nathalie Del Vecchio Liafa - Cnrs and 7 UniversiteParis and Crea - Cnrs and Ecole Nationale Polytechnique and 2 LARGEPA-UniversiteParis},
  journal={arXiv: Statistical Mechanics},
  year={2006}
}
Many real-world complex networks actually have a bipartite nature: their nodes may be separated into two classes, the links being between nodes of different classes only. Despite this, and despite the fact that many ad-hoc tools have been designed for the study of special cases, very few exist to analyse (describe, extract relevant information) such networks in a systematic way. We propose here an extension of the most basic notions used nowadays to analyse classical complex networks to the… Expand
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