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Table 6 Properties of generated networks

From: Ego-zones: non-symmetric dependencies reveal network groups with large and dense overlaps

Network n m Degree CC Strong-prominents Weak-prominents Modularity
    Max Avg   Total Percent Total Percent  
BA 3 10000 29991 1319 5.998 0.059 516 5.1 16 0.3 0.380
BA 4 10000 39984 1877 7.996 0.106 133 1.3 7 0.7 0.301
TC 0.7 2 10000 19996 40 3.999 0.463 3044 30.4 1314 13.1 0.809
TC 0.7 3 10000 29991 83 5.998 0.375 3679 36.7 1019 10.1 0.675
TC 0.7 4 10000 39984 117 7.996 0.314 3124 31.2 499 4.9 0.572
TC 0.97 2 10000 19996 88 3.999 0.669 2093 20.9 1619 16.9 0.945
TC 0.97 3 10000 29991 117 5.998 0.618 2472 24.7 2404 24.0 0.899
TC 0.97 4 10000 39984 193 7.996 0.581 2730 27.3 2355 23.5 0.793
ER 0.0005 9936 25109 15 5.054 0.001 1702 17.1 0 0 0.439
ER 0.001 10000 49957 23 9.991 0.001 45 4.5 0 0 0.259
football 115 613 12 10.660 0.404 4 3.4 0 0 0.604
  1. When compared to the three small networks (see Table 1), a higher proportion of prominent nodes was found for the TC model, where the networks have a community structure represented by a high modularity value