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

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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