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CT 2.3.1 Is Modularity the Answer to Evaluating Community Structure in Networks?

By K. Steinhaeuser and N. V. Chawla

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One important task in network analysis is that of community detection, or partitioning of a network into groups of nodes that belong together. The problem is relevant to a variety of application areas, but social networks in particular have been the subject of research at the intersection of physics, computer science, and the social sciences. I

Year: 2013
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