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Higher-order organization of complex networksby Wiki

- The paper presents a generalized framework for graph clustering (clusters of network motifs) on the basis of higher-order connectivity patterns.
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- Given a motif M, the framework aims to find a cluster of the set of nodes S such that nodes of S participate in many instances of M and avoid cutting instances of M (that is only a subset of nodes in instances of M appears in S).
- Mathematically, the aim is to minimise the motif conductance metric given as
*cut*where_{M}(S, S’) / min[vol_{M}(S), vol_{M}(S’)]*S’*is complement of*S*,*cut*= number..._{M}(S, S’)

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Network Motifs - Simple Building Blocks of Complex Networksby Wiki

- The paper presents the concept of “network motifs” to understand the structural design of a network or a graph.
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- A network motif is defined as “a pattern of inter-connections occurring in complex networks in numbers that are significantly higher than those in randomized networks”.
- In the practical setting, given an input network, we first create randomized networks which have same single node characteristics (like a number of incoming and outgoing edges) as the input network.
- The patterns that occur at a much higher f...

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Can anyone point out some resources where a CS student can start learning Chemistry from?by Namrata Mukhija

I'm an IT student, and with all the courses centered about the 'computational' part of Computational Chemistry, it's tough to start in the field.

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