Identifying Leader or Follower using a Binary Approach

@inproceedings{Hussain2010IdentifyingLO,
  title={Identifying Leader or Follower using a Binary Approach},
  author={Dil Muhammad Akbar Hussain},
  year={2010}
}
Social network analysis (SNA) has been used to understand the behavior of nodes which could be individuals or group of persons, events or organizations etc. Importantly, these nodes propagate in many ways and obviously contains attributes. The leaf nodes/foot soldiers posses low values of centrality measures (degree,betweenness and closeness) indicating relatively not important in comparison to may be other more centrally connected nodes. However, in reality the leaf nodes also called may be… CONTINUE READING

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