Corrigendum to "The stability of centrality measures when networks are sampled" [Social Networks 25 (2003) 283-307]

@article{Costenbader2004CorrigendumT,
  title={Corrigendum to "The stability of centrality measures when networks are sampled" [Social Networks 25 (2003) 283-307]},
  author={Elizabeth Costenbader and Thomas W. Valente},
  journal={Social Networks},
  year={2004},
  volume={26},
  pages={351}
}
The author regrets that in the above published paper the following error occurred. We referred to one centrality measure as “simple eigenvector” and another measure as “Bonacich 1972 eigenvector.” The “Bonacich 1972 eigenvector” measure is a simple eigenvector and the “simple” one in our paper is actually the eigenvalues of the adjacency matrix which is not a valid measure of centrality. This measure simply is an ordered list of eigenvalues (from low to high), which is why it was robust to… CONTINUE READING

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