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Entropy and the Complexity of Graphs Revisited
AbstractThis paper presents a taxonomy and overview of approaches to the measurement of graph and network complexity. The taxonomy distinguishes between deterministic (e.g., Kolmogorov complexity) and probabilistic approaches with a view to placing entropy-based probabilistic measurement in context. Entropy-based measurement is the main focus of the paper. Relationships between the different entropy functions used to measure complexity are examined; and intrinsic (e.g., classical measures) and extrinsic (e.g., Körner entropy) variants of entropy-based models are discussed in some detail.
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Mowshowitz, A.; Dehmer, M. Entropy and the Complexity of Graphs Revisited. Entropy 2012, 14, 559-570.View more citation formats
Mowshowitz A, Dehmer M. Entropy and the Complexity of Graphs Revisited. Entropy. 2012; 14(3):559-570.Chicago/Turabian Style
Mowshowitz, Abbe; Dehmer, Matthias. 2012. "Entropy and the Complexity of Graphs Revisited." Entropy 14, no. 3: 559-570.
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