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Network Collaborator: Knowledge Transfer Between Network Reconstruction and Community Detection from Dynamics

  title={Network Collaborator: Knowledge Transfer Between Network Reconstruction and Community Detection from Dynamics},
  author={Kai Wu and Chao Wang and Junyuan Chen and J. Liu},
—This paper focuses on jointly inferring network and community structures from the dynamics of complex systems. Although many approaches have been designed to solve these two problems solely, none of them consider explicit shareable knowledge across these two tasks. The community detection (CD) from dynamics and network reconstruction (NR) from dynamics are natural synergistic tasks that motivate the proposed evolutionary multitasking NR and CD (EMTNRCD) framework. In the process of EMTNRCD… 



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