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Book chapter

The Impact of Indirect Connections: The Case of Food Security Problem

P. 80-90.

We propose a family of new measures for edge importance estimation. We focus on weighted directed networks where weights indicate the intensity of connections between nodes. We reward edges that increase node-tonode influence compared to direct connections between them. This approach allows to reveal hidden channels of the influence in networks. We apply the proposed model to food export/import networks in order to elucidate the most important trading relations. We compare the results with edge-betweenness centrality and investigate the interdependence between edge importance and centrality measures of corresponding source and sink nodes. The results are provided in dynamic.

In book

The Impact of Indirect Connections: The Case of Food Security Problem
Vol. 813: Complex Networks and Their Applications VII. Prt. 2. Springer, 2019.