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Table 8 Zone properties in generated networks

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

Network Zones Zone size Inner-zone size Outer-zone size Trivial Dyad Triad Multi ego Embed.
   Max Avg Max Avg Max Avg      
BA 3 9999 555 1.680 390 1.262 165 0.418 8228 65 1291 1 0.002
BA 4 10000 450 1.421 393 1.184 57 0.237 8545 1011 169 0 0.000
TC 0.7 2 8581 26 4.623 18 2.664 12 1.960 219 37 4103 1172 0.438
TC 0.7 3 9479 39 4.246 24 2.213 16 2.033 1325 404 2169 483 0.315
TC 0.7 4 9762 19 2.844 10 1.666 11 1.178 3403 2323 372 231 0.173
TC 0.97 2 7656 55 5.160 38 3.225 17 1.935 16 13 2828 1768 0.483
TC 0.97 3 8453 83 6.564 48 3.424 36 3.139 64 81 319 1237 0.411
TC 0.97 4 8797 99 6.723 50 3.278 50 3.446 247 775 255 991 0.331
ER 0.0005 9897 8 1.553 5 1.202 3 0.351 7087 570 1998 39 0.085
ER 0.001 10000 3 1.013 2 1.004 2 0.008 9930 10 60 0 0.001
football 115 3 1.087 2 1.035 2 0.052 108 4 3 0 0.008
  1. In the ER and BA networks, there is a very high proportion of small zones, such as trivial zones, dyads, and triads and, conversely, a low proportion of multi-ego zones. Moreover, the embeddedness of these networks is extremely low