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A methodological piece evaluating various centrality measures for the study
of disease transmission:

Bell, Atkinson & Carlson (1999). Centrality measures for disease
transmission networks. Social Networks 21: 1-21.

Dave Bell
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From: "Jennifer Scott" <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Friday, July 08, 2005 9:40 AM
Subject: Statistical Application of Centrality Indices


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> Could anyone please direct me to any application of centrality indices?
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> I am looking for any article, conference paper, book chapter and/or
> current project that use any type(s) of centrality indices as either
> independent or dependent variable in statistical applications.
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> Thanks so much,
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> Jen
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