Structural parameters of communication networks
Certain parameters are defined which roughly characterize the internal structure of networks. A given network structure uniquely determines the values of the parameters, but the reverse is not true. The parameters therefore define certain classes of networks.
One of the parameters, thedispersion D(S) gives an indication of the “compactness” of the internal structure.
Addition theorems and inequalities are derived relating the dispersions of sub-systems to the dispersion of the complete structure.
KeywordsPath Length Biophysics Volume Structure Matrix Average Path Length Addition Theorem
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