A Note on Distance-based Graph Entropies
AbstractA variety of problems in, e.g., discrete mathematics, computer science, information theory, statistics, chemistry, biology, etc., deal with inferring and characterizing relational structures by using graph measures. In this sense, it has been proven that information-theoretic quantities representing graph entropies possess useful properties such as a meaningful structural interpretation and uniqueness. As classical work, many distance-based graph entropies, e.g., the ones due to Bonchev et al. and related quantities have been proposed and studied. Our contribution is to explore graph entropies that are based on a novel information functional, which is the number of vertices with distance \(k\) to a given vertex. In particular, we investigate some properties thereof leading to a better understanding of this new information-theoretic quantity. View Full-Text
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Chen, Z.; Dehmer, M.; Shi, Y. A Note on Distance-based Graph Entropies. Entropy 2014, 16, 5416-5427.
Chen Z, Dehmer M, Shi Y. A Note on Distance-based Graph Entropies. Entropy. 2014; 16(10):5416-5427.Chicago/Turabian Style
Chen, Zengqiang; Dehmer, Matthias; Shi, Yongtang. 2014. "A Note on Distance-based Graph Entropies." Entropy 16, no. 10: 5416-5427.