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EMH: Extended Mixing H-index centrality for identification important users in social networks based on neighborhood diversity

    The rapid expansion of social network provides a suitable platform for users to deliver messages. Through the social network, we can harvest resources and share messages in a very short time. The developing of social network has brought us tremendous conveniences. However, nodes that make up the network have different spreading capability, which are constrained by many factors, and the topological structure of network is the principal element. In order to calculate the importance of nodes in network more accurately, this paper defines the improved H-index (IH) centrality according to the diversity of neighboring nodes, then uses the cumulative centrality (MC) to take all neighboring nodes into consideration, and proposes the extended mixing H-index (EMH) centrality. We evaluate the proposed method by Susceptible–Infected–Recovered (SIR) model and monotonicity which are used to assess accuracy and resolution of the method, respectively. Experimental results indicate that the proposed method is superior to the existing measures of identifying nodes in different networks.

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    Published: 6 June 2020
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