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Tie-decay temporal networks in continuous time and eigenvector-based centralities

  title={Tie-decay temporal networks in continuous time and eigenvector-based centralities},
  author={Walid Ahmad and Mason A. Porter and Mariano Beguerisse-D{\'i}az},
Network theory provides a useful framework for studying interconnected systems of interacting agents. Many networked systems evolve continuously in time, but most existing methods for analyzing time-dependent networks rely on discrete or discretized time. In this paper, we propose a novel approach for studying networks that evolve in continuous time by distinguishing between interactions, which we model as discrete contacts, and \emph{ties}, which represent strengths of relationships as… 

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