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The adjacency matrix of the 443 institutional affiliations in this citation network was created from the Access database, and entered into UCINET 6--an SNA software package (Borgatti, Everett and Freeman 2002)--to calculate the measures of degree and betweenness for each institution in the matrix.
The teacher's extremely high betweenness value indicates that she was mediating information exchange between the students, their teams, and the users.
With his revisions of "Delta Autumn" and "Go Down, Moses" he was forced to leave the metamorphosis from "trash stories" to novel where it currently stands: in a state of generic confusion that both reifies and contributes to the betweenness, the both-andness, of the inbred, mixed-race family that pulls it all together--and apart.
TENNESSEE ta2 = betweenness, genteelness, resentences, tensenesses
1989, Axiomatic Utility Theories With the Betweenness Property, Annals of Operations Research, 19: 273-298.
The Body of Death: Medusan Transfigurations of Betweenness in Keats and Swinburne.
Included in MetronEBA are industry standard SNA statistics such as: Betweenness - the degree an individual crosses between the communication paths of others; Centrality Closeness - represents how close individuals are to the center of the organization's network; and Centrality Degree - the number of connections an individual has to others in the organization.
Bergeson, Heidegger, Merleau-Ponty, Foucault, Derrida, Deleuze, and others in the West, along with Nishita, Watsuji Tetsuro (1889-1960), Nishitani, and some other Japanese philosophers in the East Asia, have paid attention to the betweenness of things to explore an alternative to the conventional "either/or" way of thinking.
This central position is indicated by high degree centrality or betweenness centrality.
In her mystical experience, Lina exists in a sort of decadent temporality defined as "the giddying but near-uncapturable state of betweenness that fascinates and compels" (McGuinness 5).
The City of Casey has the highest Degree [of association], Closeness (the inverse of the sum of lengths of geodesics to every other vertex), Betweenness (centrality measure of a vertex in a graph) and Eigenvector (linear transformations of a vector space in which the businesses and programs live in this instance) as shown in Table 2.
We find evidence in the work of Granovetter (1973) on the strength of weak ties, Freeman (1977) on betweenness centrality, Cook and Emerson (1978) on the benefits of having exclusive exchange partners and Burt (1980) on the structural autonomy created by complex networks.
Frames, symbols, story, and scale were combining in the map in a way that was creating the qualities for place--identity, betweenness, and intimate connection.
In 1904, Veblen [7] initiated "betweenness geometry" with the same primitive objects--points, and the only primitive notion--strict betweenness; the name betweenness geometry was given afterwards by Hashimoto [8].