The specific relationship between node's aggregated degree and controlling centrality.

Abstract

<p>(a) and (b) Temporal networks generated by the dataset of 'SG-Infectious' (c) and (d) Temporal networks generated by the dataset of 'Fudan WIFI'. Although big nodes (node with larger aggregated degree) tend to own larger controlling centralities, there exist many nodes with larger (smaller) aggregated degree but smaller (larger) controlling centrality, such as circled points in (a), (b) and (d).</p

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