On Decay Centrality

@article{Tsakas2016OnDC,
  title={On Decay Centrality},
  author={Nikolas Tsakas},
  journal={CoRR},
  year={2016},
  volume={abs/1604.05582}
}
We establish a relationship between decay centrality and two widely used and computationally cheaper measures of centrality, namely degree and closeness. We show that for low values of the decay parameter the nodes with maximum decay centrality also have maximum degree, whereas for high values of the decay parameter they also maximize closeness. For intermediate values, we provide sufficient conditions that allow the comparison of decay centrality of different nodes and we show via numerical… CONTINUE READING

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