Generalized Rich-Club Ordering in Networks
- Computer ScienceJ. Complex Networks
This article considers the concept of rich-club ordering when generalized to structural measures that differ from the node degree and to non-structural measures (i.e. to node metadata), and compares structural and non-Structural rich- club ordering.
Stratified communities in complex business networks
- Computer ScienceArXiv
Evaluating relevance and redundancy to quantify how binary node metadata interplay with the network structure
- Computer ScienceScientific Reports
A new method is proposed that, independently from the network size, is able to not only report the relevance of binary node metadata, but also rank them, and is applied in two heterogeneous cases: a temporal network of technology transfer and a protein-protein interaction network.
Assessing the impact of incomplete information on the resilience of financial networks
- EconomicsAnn. Oper. Res.
Simulations showed that the actual network was far from the worst scenario for the propagation of contagion, meaning that the role of unobserved links can substantially alter the resilience of the whole network.