Effects of hidden nodes on the reconstruction of bidirectional networks
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AbstractMuch research effort has been devoted to developing methods for reconstructing the links of a network from dynamics of its nodes. Many current methods require the measurements of the dynamics of all the nodes to be known. In real-world problems, it is common that either some nodes of a network of interest are unknown or the measurements of some nodes are unavailable. These nodes, either unknown or whose measurements are unavailable, are called hidden nodes. In this paper, we derive analytical results that explain the effects of hidden nodes on the reconstruction of bidirectional networks. These theoretical results and their implications are verified by numerical studies.
All Author(s) ListChing ESC, Tam PH
Journal namePhysical Review E
Volume Number98
Issue Number6
Article number062318
LanguagesEnglish-United Kingdom
Keywordshidden nodes, bidirectional networks, reconstruction
Web of Science Subject CategoriesPhysics, Fluids & Plasmas;Physics, Mathematical;Physics

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