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Distinct Types of Hubs in Human Dynamic Networks?
Citation key YHC-DTHHDN-08
Author Yoneki, Eiko and Hui, Pan and Crowcroft, Jon
Title of Book Proceedings of EuroSys Workshop on Social Network Systems (SNET '08)
Year 2008
Location Glasgow, UK
Abstract The emergence of Delay Tolerant Networks (DTNs) has culminated in a new generation of wireless networking. New communication paradigms using dynamic interconnectedness as people encounter each other lead towards a world where digital traffic flows. We focus on human-to-human communication in such environments, which exhibits the characteristics of social networks. Among various social contexts, we examine hubs in dynamic human networks. Hubs are highly connected nodes within the network. This paper describe hubs in time-dependent netwowrks and two distinct types of hubs: party and date hubs from real world connectivity traces.
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