Measuring information networks
Traffic and communication between different parts of a complex system are fundamental elements in maintaining its overall cooperativity. Because a complex system consists of many different parts, it matters where signals are transmitted. Thus signaling and traffic are in principle specific, with each message going from a unique sender to a specific recipient. In the current paper we review some measures of network topology that are related to its ability to direct specific communication.
KeywordsNetworks communication entropy search information
PACS Nos89.70.+c 89.75.Fb 87.80.Vt
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