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Table 4 Unweighted artificial networks generated from the LFR benchmark. The mixing parameter \(\mu = 0.1\) , \(t = 1\), \(t_{2} = 1\)

From: Theory of preference modelling for communities in scale-free networks

Size Nodes Edges Average degree Maximum degree Density Diameter Transitivity
1 30 126 6 10 0.2896 4 0.4263
2 60 491 12 20 0.2774 3 0.4819
3 100 444 5 10 0.0896 4 0.1779
4 200 2901 20 40 0.1457 3 0.4070
5 500 7619 20 50 0.0610 4 0.4444
6 1000 15,340 20 100 0.0307 4 0.3471
7 2000 272,024 272 398 0.1360 3 0.6058
8 5000 234,632 93 517 0.0187 4 0.2777
9 10000 1,268,003 150 300 0.0253 3 0.2690
  1. The degree distribution of those networks which obey a power law is also shown in Fig. 4