Time-Ordered Graphs: A Novel Way to Analyse Centrality in Dynamic Networks

Ross Anderson and Hyoungshick Kim developed a model called Time-Ordered graph, which enables analysis of a node’s centrality over a period of time. The basic premise is that the time-ordered graphs reduces a dynamic network into a static one with directed flows.

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You can watch Ross Anderson’s presentation on AssystComplexity’s website (unfortunately, they don’t allow their videos to be embedded elsewhere).

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