Towards simultaneously exploiting structure and outcomes in interaction networks for node ranking

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In this paper, we present algorithms for ranking nodes in interaction networks. Informally, they capture the patterns of historical interaction among the nodes and the associated outcomes. There exists a cardinal ranking over the set of outcomes, characterizing the order of preference. We argue that ranking of nodes should be influenced by both structural… (More)

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