Community Detection in Networks with Node Attributes

  title={Community Detection in Networks with Node Attributes},
  author={Jaewon Yang and Julian J. McAuley and Jure Leskovec},
  journal={2013 IEEE 13th International Conference on Data Mining},
Community detection algorithms are fundamental tools that allow us to uncover organizational principles in networks. When detecting communities, there are two possible sources of information one can use: the network structure, and the features and attributes of nodes. Even though communities form around nodes that have common edges and common attributes, typically, algorithms have only focused on one of these two data modalities: community detection algorithms traditionally focus only on the… CONTINUE READING
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