Mazalov, Vladimir Avrachenkov, Konstantin Trukhina, Liudmila Tsynguev, Bulat

The betweenness centrality is one of the basic concepts in the analysis of the social networks. Initial definition for the betweenness of a node in the graph is based on the fraction of the number of geodesics (shortest paths) between any two nodes that given node lies on, to the total number of the shortest paths connecting these nodes. This metho...

Mazalov, Vladimir Avrachenkov, Konstantin Trukhina, Liudmila Tsynguev, Bulat

The betweenness centrality is one of the basic concepts in the analysis of the social networks. Initial definition for the betweenness of a node in the graph is based on the fraction of the number of geodesics (shortest paths) between any two nodes that given node lies on, to the total number of the shortest paths connecting these nodes. This metho...

Mazalov, Vladimir Avrachenkov, Konstantin Trukhina, Liudmila Tsynguev, Bulat

The betweenness centrality is one of the basic concepts in the analysis of the social networks. Initial definition for the betweenness of a node in the graph is based on the fraction of the number of geodesics (shortest paths) between any two nodes that given node lies on, to the total number of the shortest paths connecting these nodes. This metho...

Mazalov, Vladimir Avrachenkov, Konstantin Trukhina, Liudmila Tsynguev, Bulat

The betweenness centrality is one of the basic concepts in the analysis of the social networks. Initial definition for the betweenness of a node in the graph is based on the fraction of the number of geodesics (shortest paths) between any two nodes that given node lies on, to the total number of the shortest paths connecting these nodes. This metho...

Mazalov, Vladimir Avrachenkov, Konstantin Trukhina, Liudmila Tsynguev, Bulat

The betweenness centrality is one of the basic concepts in the analysis of the social networks. Initial definition for the betweenness of a node in the graph is based on the fraction of the number of geodesics (shortest paths) between any two nodes that given node lies on, to the total number of the shortest paths connecting these nodes. This metho...

Mazalov, Vladimir Avrachenkov, Konstantin Trukhina, Liudmila Tsynguev, Bulat

The betweenness centrality is one of the basic concepts in the analysis of the social networks. Initial definition for the betweenness of a node in the graph is based on the fraction of the number of geodesics (shortest paths) between any two nodes that given node lies on, to the total number of the shortest paths connecting these nodes. This metho...

Mazalov, Vladimir Avrachenkov, Konstantin Trukhina, Liudmila Tsynguev, Bulat

The betweenness centrality is one of the basic concepts in the analysis of the social networks. Initial definition for the betweenness of a node in the graph is based on the fraction of the number of geodesics (shortest paths) between any two nodes that given node lies on, to the total number of the shortest paths connecting these nodes. This metho...

Mazalov, Vladimir Avrachenkov, Konstantin Trukhina, Liudmila Tsynguev, Bulat

The betweenness centrality is one of the basic concepts in the analysis of the social networks. Initial definition for the betweenness of a node in the graph is based on the fraction of the number of geodesics (shortest paths) between any two nodes that given node lies on, to the total number of the shortest paths connecting these nodes. This metho...

Mazalov, Vladimir Avrachenkov, Konstantin Trukhina, Liudmila Tsynguev, Bulat

The betweenness centrality is one of the basic concepts in the analysis of the social networks. Initial definition for the betweenness of a node in the graph is based on the fraction of the number of geodesics (shortest paths) between any two nodes that given node lies on, to the total number of the shortest paths connecting these nodes. This metho...

Mazalov, Vladimir Avrachenkov, Konstantin Trukhina, Liudmila Tsynguev, Bulat

The betweenness centrality is one of the basic concepts in the analysis of the social networks. Initial definition for the betweenness of a node in the graph is based on the fraction of the number of geodesics (shortest paths) between any two nodes that given node lies on, to the total number of the shortest paths connecting these nodes. This metho...