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David peak

Document Type

Report

Publication Date

4-15-2015

Abstract

Centrality is most commonly thought of as a measure in which we assign a ranking of the vertices from most important to least important. The importance of a vertex is relative to the underlying process being carried out on the network. This is why there is a diverse amount of centrality measures addressing many such processes. We propose a measure that assigns a ranking in which interference is a property of the underlying process being carried out on the network.

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