Domination in Graphs: Volume 2: Advanced Topics by Teresa W. Haynes, Stephen Hedetniemi, Peter Slater

By Teresa W. Haynes, Stephen Hedetniemi, Peter Slater

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B) More than one node have the same order. The graph is not a directed 4-clique [34]. (c) The 3-communities of the E. coli network found using CFinder [78]. Many nodes in the E. coli network were left out of the final partitioning. Such an occurrence may prove problematic for analyzing biological networks in general. 15 (1) The underlying network topology. (2) a is selected as the start node. The in-neighbors of a are placed in a container above a. The out-neighbors are placed in a container below a.

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The three routines run for a user-specified number of iterations. The result returned is the best partition found among all of the iterations. It is important to note that while modularity focuses on the pairwise relationships between nodes, Infomap focuses on the flow of information within a network [21]. This underlying difference may often cause modularity-based methods and Infomap to generate different partitions. As Infomap uses a stochastic algorithm, it is not known how many iterations are needed before a good partitioning is found.

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