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Title: Analyzing Link Dynamics in Scientific Collaboration Networks
Authors: Pandey, A.
Keywords: Computer Science & Engineering
Issue Date: 2015
Abstract: Network models are based on the representation of individuals/agents as nodes, the edges being characterised by the relationships among these nodes. The study of the evolution of collaboration networks has been an continued topic of research for several years. In determining evolutionary properties the role of authors is considered to be important and the some highly successful authors innfluence majority of the network properties. Community analysis based on incfluence of nodes can help understand the dynamic nature and link formation in small communities where the actual affect of the popularity of an author is identified. Such analysis give an evolutionary model for growth of local communities and their interactions.
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