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Network topology is the "shape" of a network of biological interactions and shows how the nodes — the parts of the network where elements interact — are connected to each other.
In a second phase, space P is used to analyze the property of transfer.
The results show that the average transfer time of Beijing bus network which is 1.88 and 99.8 percent of arbitrary two pair nodes is reachable within 4 transfers.
We also show that variance decompositions define weighted, directed networks, so that our connectedness measures are intimately-related to key measures of connectedness used in the network literature.
Building on these insights, we track both average and daily time-varying connectedness of major U. financial institutions' stock return volatilities in recent years, including during the financial crisis of 2007-2008. (2014), "On the Network Topology of Variance Decompositions: Measuring the Connectedness of Financial Firms," Journal of Econometrics, 182, 119-134.
In Section 4, we analyze the average transfer time of the BBN and use space P to calculate the smallest transfer times between any nodes in the network. For easy calculation, there are some assumptions followed.
The bus network is usually represented by space L, space P , space B , space C .
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