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Eleventh International Network Conference (INC 2016)
Title: Topology Reconstruction for Target Operation Network (TON): A Link Prediction Perspective
Author(s): Changjun Fan, Baoxin Xiu, Zhong Liu, Chao Chen, Yao Yang
Keywords: Target Operation Network, Topology Reconstruction, Link Prediction
Abstract: Information is crucial in the military area, how to purify the obtained information and improve its quality is of great significance. This paper aims to shed some lights from the perspective of target operation network. First, formalized it as a TON structure reconstruction problem; then proposed a link reliability index, named LR, based on which to identify the spurious edges and predict the missing edges; a greedy algorithm based on LR was designed to reconstruct the observed network; finally, experiments on the public data validated the effectiveness of the reconstruction algorithm, the reconstructed network is closer to the true network in nine topological indexes, including clustering coefficient, assortativity, congestion, synchronization, propagation threshold, network efficiency, betweenness mean standard deviation and natural connectivity, compared to the observed network, which means our reconstruction algorithm could narrow the structural gap between the observed network and the true one.
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