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Definition of -PLEX
What does -PLEX mean?
- comprising a number of parts, as in "du-plex"
- synonym: -fold
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Social Network Analysis (1994)
Methods and Applications by Stanley Wasserman, Katherine Faust
k-plexes A k-plex is a maximal subgraph containing gs nodes in which each node is adjacent to no fewer than gs — k nodes in the...
Evolution of Social Networks (2013)
by Patrick Doreian, Frans Stokman
A k-plex is a maximal subnetwork V'; ...
by Ivan Zelinka, Ponnuthurai Nagaratnam Suganthan, Guanrong Chen, Václav Snášel, Ajith Abraham, Otto Rössler
k-Plex A k-Plex is a maximal subgraph with the following property: each vertex of the induced subgraph is connected to at least n-k other vertices, where n is the number of vertices in the induced subgraph. Here we have used k = 2 and n ...
The Bi-Plex is an outlet plate for armored cable and is electro galvanized. The screw at the Hexel connector. _ Sterling Foundry & Machine Co., lrvington ( Newark), l\. J. Sterling Bi-Plex. side of this fitting will grip either one or two cable ends.
Motor Age (1918)
V-Plex - The V-Plex is a compound concentric ring in ...
10th International Symposium, PETS 2010, July 21-23, 2010, Berlin, Germany, Proceedings by Mikhail Atallah
A k-plex is a sub-graph of size gs ≥ s of the social network in which all nodes link to at least gs − k other nodes in the sub-graph. It is an established relaxation of cliques (which are a special case for k = 1) that defines robust and cohesive ...
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