Principal centrality measures: a comprehensive approach to the Spanish stocks market

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    • Amauri Gutierrez
  • Social Network Analysis, Centrality Measures
  • In social network analysis, for determining the relevance or significance of a node in the network, several node centrality measures are often used such as degree centrality, betwenness centrality, closeness centrality, eigenvector, subgraph and page rank centrality. In this paper we apply a principal components analysis over the traditional centrality measures for obtaining an overall single metric that combines the best attributes of the traditional centrality measures and permits to detect relevant nodes in the network. Concretely, a detailed study of the Spanish stocks market will be used for demonstrating the advantages of this approach.

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    Gutierrez, A. (2022). Principal centrality measures: a comprehensive approach to the Spanish stocks market. International Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences, 11(1), 9-16.