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Dissecting Subgroups in Complex Networks

Published on June 4, 2018 by

Complex social, biological, or other networks often arise from a wide range of mechanisms, acting within a heterogeneous and often dynamic environment.  This complicated “stew” of factors gives rise to networks that are anything but clean and elegant: rather, they are decidedly “lumpy,” consisting of myriad overlapping subgroups of varying size and consistency.  While this

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