Data reliability in complex directed networks (JSTAT, 2013)

Quantifying data reliability in networked systems constitutes a powerful way to help to identify experimental errors of either type I and II in many disciplines, from Sociology to Biology, in which complex networks appear. In this work we extend one of the more recent models -due to Guimera and Sales-Pardo in 2009- to directed networks.

  • J. Sanz, E. Cozzo, and Y. Moreno, “Data reliability in complex directed networks”, JSTAT, P12008 (2013) (article).





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