6th International Conference on Computers Communications and Control (ICCCC) 2016
The International Conference on Computers Communications and Control (ICCCC) has been founded in 2006 by I. Dzitac, F.G. Filip and M.-J. Manolescu and organized every even year by Agora University of Oradea, under the aegis of the Information Science and Technology Section of Romanian Academy and IEEE - Romania Section. 2016 edition is Co-Sponsored by IEEE Region 8 - Europe, Middle East, Africa. The goal of this conference is to bring together international researchers, scientists in academia and industry to present and discuss in a friendly environment their latest research findings on a broad array of topics in computer networking and control.
A new method of pattern analysis, based on paired index comparison is introduced. Key properties of the method are described. The effectiveness is demonstrated on the Iris Anderson-Fisher Data.
The problem of quick detection of central nodes in large networks is studied. There are many measures that allow to evaluate a topological importance of nodes of the network. Unfortunately, most of them cannot be applied to large networks due to their high computational complexity. However, if we narrow the initial network and apply these centrality measures to the sparse network, it is possible that the obtained set of central nodes will be similar to the set of central nodes in large networks. If these sets are similar, the centrality measures with a high computational complexity can be used for central nodes detection in large networks. To check the idea, several random networks were generated and different techniques of network reduction were considered. We also adapted some rules from social choice theory for the key nodes detection. As a result, we show how the initial network should be narrowed in order to apply centrality measures with a high computational complexity and maintain the set of key nodes of a large network.