ASU Electronic Theses and Dissertations
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With the rise of the Big Data Era, an exponential amount of network data is being generated at an unprecedented rate across a wide-range of high impact micro and macro areas of research---from protein interaction to social networks. The critical challenge is translating this large scale network data into actionable information. A key task in the data translation is the analysis of network connectivity via marked nodes---the primary focus of our research. We have developed a framework for analyzing network connectivity via marked nodes in large scale graphs, utilizing novel algorithms in three interrelated areas: (1) analysis of a single …
- Freitas, Scott, Tong, Hanghang, Maciejewski, Ross, et al.
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Network mining has been attracting a lot of research attention because of the prevalence of networks. As the world is becoming increasingly connected and correlated, networks arising from inter-dependent application domains are often collected from different sources, forming the so-called multi-sourced networks. Examples of such multi-sourced networks include critical infrastructure networks, multi-platform social networks, cross-domain collaboration networks, and many more. Compared with single-sourced network, multi-sourced networks bear more complex structures and therefore could potentially contain more valuable information. This thesis proposes a multi-layered HITS (Hyperlink-Induced Topic Search) algorithm to perform the ranking task on multi-sourced networks. Specifically, each node in …
- Yu, Haichao, Tong, Hanghang, He, Jingrui, et al.
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