Applications of Network Metrics
and Network Models
Huijuan Wang
Intelligent Systems, TUDelft
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Case 1: Multilayer Networks
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Complex Networks
Networked Data Analysis
Huijuan Wang
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ET 4389 (4 ECTS)
1(11/02)
Introduction & Network Properties/Metrics
2(18/02)
Network Metrics and Model
Assignment of ET 4389
February 24, 2016
Consider the network whose index is the same as the last digit of your student number. All the networks in
the attachments are given in the following format: each row a b denotes a link from a to b. By default, we
a
Assignment 1 of ET 4389
Topological properties of realworld networks
February 26, 2015
Consider the network whose index is the same as the last digit of your student number. All the networks in
the attachments are given in the following format: each row
% Reads the data from the .txt file and builds the adjacency matrix from
% them. Special care is given for the adjacency matrix to be symmetric, as
% our graph is undirected.
D = importdata('NetScience.txt');
D = vertcat(D, fliplr(D);
D = sortrows(D, 1);
% Reads the data from the .txt file and builds the adjacency matrix from
% them. Special care is given for the adjacency matrix to be symmetric, as
% our graph is undirected.
D = importdata('1.txt');
D = vertcat(D, fliplr(D);
D = sortrows(D, 1);
A = accum
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ExploringtheuseofTVWhiteSpaceforCognitiveRadio
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INTRODUCTION
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Collisionprobabilityin802.11Simulationusingns3
27/04/2015
INTRODUCTION
In this assignment I decided to investigate the performance of 802.11 in
terms of probability ofcollision between themobile
1. Develop a openloop model of the traction drive shown in Figure 1(a). And please
derive its transfer function.
The open loop model of the traction drive motor and capstan roller is shown in below Figure 1.
As per the given problem statement the drive u
Exam Electrical Machines and Drives (ET4117)
6 November 2009 from 9.00 to 12.00.
This exam consists of 4 problems on 4 pages.
Page 5 can be used to answer problem 2 question b.
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Exam Electrical Machines and Drives (ET4117)
5 November 2010 from 9.00 to 12.00.
This exam consists of 5 problems on 4 pages.
Page 5 can be used to answer problem 3 question b.
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Examination Electrical Machines and Drives (ET4117)
28 October 2008 from 14.00 to 17.00.
This examination consists of 4 problems on 3 pages.
Page 4 can be used to answer problem 4 question a.
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Exam Electrical Machines and Drives (ET4117)
11 November 2011 from 14.00 to 17.00.
This exam consists of 5 problems on 4 pages.
Page 5 can be used to answer problem 4 question b.
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Examination Electrical Machines and Drives (ET4117)
2 November 2007 from 9.00 to 12.00.
This examination consists of 5 problems on 4 pages. Page 5 can be used to answer
problem 4 question b.
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Exam Electrical Machines and Drives (ET4117)
9 November 2012 from 14.00 to 17.00.
This exam consists of 3 problems on 3 pages.
Page 5 can be used to answer problem 4 question a.
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Examination Electrical Machines and Drives Et4117
Thursday, October 30, 2003 from 9.00 to 12.00
This examination consists of 6 problems.
The number before a problem indicates how many points can be earned with this
problem.
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Examination Electrical Machines and Drives (ET4117)
4 November 2004 from 9.00 to 12.00.
This examination consists of 3 problems on 4 pages.
The number before a question indicates how many credits you can earn with the
question.
This examination has to be
Examination Electrical Machines and Drives (ET4117)
4 November 2005 from 9.00 to 12.00.
This examination consists of 4 problems on 3 pages. The fourth page can be used to
answer question 4 b.
The number before a question indicates how many credits you can
Examination Electrical Machines and Drives (ET4117)
3 November 2006 from 9.00 to 12.00.
This examination consists of 4 problems on 3 pages. Page 4 can be used to answer
question 2b.
The number before a question indicates how many credits you can earn with