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Pierre:

For an example of how information centrality can be used with valued
relations, see

Rothenberg RB, Potterat JJ, Woodhouse DE, Darrow WW, Muth SQ, Klovdahl
AS.  Choosing a centrality measure: epidemiologic correlates in the
Colorado Springs study of social networks.  Social  Networks
1995;17:273-297.

This study used several different ways of weighting centrality, and
calculated information centrality using IML in SAS.

Rich Rothenberg

Pierre WAVRESKY wrote:

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> hello,
> a short question : is it correct to use the "information centrality
> score"
> with a network where vertices are connected by valued relations (matrices
> that are not only with 0 and 1)  ?
> More generaly : what are the centrality indices that cannot handle valued
> networks (matrices that are not only with 0 and 1) ?
>
>
> thanks
> Pierre
>
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