The topological relationship between the large-scale attributes and local interaction patterns of complex networks.

@article{Vazquez2004TheTR,
  title={The topological relationship between the large-scale attributes and local interaction patterns of complex networks.},
  author={Alexei Vazquez and Radu Dobrin and Danilo Sergi and J-P Eckmann and Zolt{\'a}n N. Oltvai and Albert-L{\'a}szl{\'o} Barab{\'a}si},
  journal={Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America},
  year={2004},
  volume={101 52},
  pages={17940-5}
}
Recent evidence indicates that the abundance of recurring elementary interaction patterns in complex networks, often called subgraphs or motifs, carry significant information about their function and overall organization. Yet, the underlying reasons for the variable quantity of different subgraph types, their propensity to form clusters, and their relationship with the networks' global organization remain poorly understood. Here we show that a network's large-scale topological organization and… CONTINUE READING

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