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“Lost in Translation” inside a Multipartite Network

https://medium.com/@mosabou/lost-in-translation-inside-a-multipartite-network-60650747c175

https://medium.com/@mosabou/lost-in-translation-inside-a-multipartite-network-60650747c175

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“Lost in Translation” inside a Multipartite Network

https://medium.com/@mosabou/lost-in-translation-inside-a-multipartite-network-60650747c175

https://medium.com/@mosabou/lost-in-translation-inside-a-multipartite-network-60650747c175

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The citation network among Wikipedia pages on Dynamical Systems and Mechanics

https://medium.com/@mosabou/the-citation-network-among-wikipedia-pages-on-dynamical-systems-and-mechanics-7b41e1ae728

https://medium.com/@mosabou/the-citation-network-among-wikipedia-pages-on-dynamical-systems-and-mechanics-7b41e1ae728

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The Networks of #liberconference on Twitter

https://medium.com/@mosabou/the-networks-of-liberconference-on-twitter-813075c0bad6

https://medium.com/@mosabou/the-networks-of-liberconference-on-twitter-813075c0bad6

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Our paper in International Journal on Digital Libraries is out:

Discovering the structure & impact of the digital library evaluation domain (on topic modelling & co-occurrent term networks)

https://t.co/CW9qSV169L

Discovering the structure & impact of the digital library evaluation domain (on topic modelling & co-occurrent term networks)

https://t.co/CW9qSV169L

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You might be interested in our computations on the Interlocking

International Networks from the Panama Papers: The Case of Greece, Cyprus and Russia

http://mboudour.github.io/2016/09/24/Interlocking-International-Networks-from-Panama-Papers-GR-CY-RU.html

The code we're using above is accessible at github:

https://github.com/mboudour/PPs

Of course, on may change the number and names of countries to analyze.

International Networks from the Panama Papers: The Case of Greece, Cyprus and Russia

http://mboudour.github.io/2016/09/24/Interlocking-International-Networks-from-Panama-Papers-GR-CY-RU.html

The code we're using above is accessible at github:

https://github.com/mboudour/PPs

Of course, on may change the number and names of countries to analyze.

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Dominating sets & ego-centered decompositions in social networks.

By M. Boudourides & S. Lenis

Eur. Phys. J. Special Topics 225, 1293-1310 (2016)

DOI: 10.1140/epjst/e2016-02673-0

http://arxiv.org/abs/1608.05671

Our aim here is to address the problem of decomposing a whole network into a minimal number of ego-centered subnetworks. For this purpose, the network egos are picked out as the members of a minimum dominating set of the network. However, to find such an efficient dominating ego-centered construction, we need to be able to detect all the minimum dominating sets and to compare all the corresponding dominating ego-centered decompositions of the network. To find all the minimum dominating sets of the network, we are developing a computational heuristic, which is based on the partition of the set of nodes of a graph into three subsets, the always dominant vertices, the possible dominant vertices and the never dominant vertices, when the domination number of the network is known. To compare the ensuing dominating ego-centered decompositions of the network, we are introducing a number of structural measures that count the number of nodes and links inside and across the ego-centered subnetworks. Furthermore, we are applying the techniques of graph domination and ego=centered decomposition for six empirical social networks.

By M. Boudourides & S. Lenis

Eur. Phys. J. Special Topics 225, 1293-1310 (2016)

DOI: 10.1140/epjst/e2016-02673-0

http://arxiv.org/abs/1608.05671

Our aim here is to address the problem of decomposing a whole network into a minimal number of ego-centered subnetworks. For this purpose, the network egos are picked out as the members of a minimum dominating set of the network. However, to find such an efficient dominating ego-centered construction, we need to be able to detect all the minimum dominating sets and to compare all the corresponding dominating ego-centered decompositions of the network. To find all the minimum dominating sets of the network, we are developing a computational heuristic, which is based on the partition of the set of nodes of a graph into three subsets, the always dominant vertices, the possible dominant vertices and the never dominant vertices, when the domination number of the network is known. To compare the ensuing dominating ego-centered decompositions of the network, we are introducing a number of structural measures that count the number of nodes and links inside and across the ego-centered subnetworks. Furthermore, we are applying the techniques of graph domination and ego=centered decomposition for six empirical social networks.

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Twitter time-series, sentiment analysis, geolocations and network analysis of Refugees & Paris Attacks, Nov 10-23, 2015 https://pub.beakernotebook.com/publications/3a62f03e-27e8-11e6-9ac4-6732ff96645f?fullscreen=true

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Network & Trajectories of Sentential Co-Occurrent Characters of Conan Doyle's A Study in Scarlet:

http://mboudour.github.io/2016/04/17/Arthur-Conan-Doyle's-A-Study-in-Scarlet-Network-&-Trajectories.html

http://mboudour.github.io/2016/04/17/Arthur-Conan-Doyle's-A-Study-in-Scarlet-Network-&-Trajectories.html

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For those interested in wordnets, here is a description of the work we

are doing currently on networks of sentence-co-occurring

words/terms/noun_phrases in a document:

http://mboudour.github.io/2016/03/30/Sentence-CoOccuring-WordNets-Latour's-AIME.html

Although in this notebook, we are working with Bruno Latour's book "An Inquiry into Modes of Existence," there are instructions about how you could extract the wordnets from any other document/nook/etc. as far asyou've got it as a text file.

are doing currently on networks of sentence-co-occurring

words/terms/noun_phrases in a document:

http://mboudour.github.io/2016/03/30/Sentence-CoOccuring-WordNets-Latour's-AIME.html

Although in this notebook, we are working with Bruno Latour's book "An Inquiry into Modes of Existence," there are instructions about how you could extract the wordnets from any other document/nook/etc. as far asyou've got it as a text file.

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