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Ramonero wrote:About the notion of "familiarity" it sounds interesting but i couldn't find anything related to on the web.
Flow networks or seed sets are not very close to what i am looking for neither. It seems i didn´t explain very good.
What i am working in is closer to concept of small world networks than huge networks.
The algorithm that I couldn't remember earlier is about finding center-piece subgraphs. There is a paper about it at http://www.cs.cmu.edu/~christos/PUBLICA ... 06CePS.pdf. Also the author has given link to Matlab code for the implementation at his website: http://www.cs.cmu.edu/~htong/sel.htm.
Given Q nodes in a social network (say, authorship network), how can we ﬁnd the node/author that is the centerpiece, and has direct or indirect connections to all, or most of them?
Apparently it's still not exactly what you are looking for. Good luck regardless!
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