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Symmetry Measures on Complex Networks

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Symmetry Measures on Complex Networks
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Publisher: MDPI AG
ISBN-13: 9783038424987
Number of pages: 510

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Symmetry and Complex Networks are essential in many sciences. That is why these two themes have been unified here, whose intersection we are dealing with: in its first part, of fundamentals, and in its second part of applications, which are multiple in the world today.

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