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Centrality measures based on power indices for social networks

Author
Molinero, X.; Riquelme, F.; Serna, M.
Type of activity
Presentation of work at congresses
Name of edition
26th European Conference on Operational Research
Date of publication
2013
Presentation's date
2013-07-04
Book of congress proceedings
Euro-informs: 26th European Conference on Operational Research: MMXIII ROME: abstract book
First page
413
Last page
413
URL
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Abstract
In 2012 we defined influence games, simple games where a coalition wins if it is able to convince enough agents to participate in a collective task. Influence is exerted through a social network. Classic power indices such as Banzhaf or Shapley-Shubik provide measures on the relevance of the agents. Although power indices are well known in voting systems and cooperative games, they have not been used as centrality measures for social networks. We are evaluating this approach comparing these new ...
Keywords
Centrality measure, Power indices, Social networks
Group of research
ALBCOM - Algorithms, Computational Biology, Complexity and Formal Methods
GRTJ - Game Theory Research Group

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