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c-66b     (DIMACS10)

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Metadata

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AuthorIBM
Date2006
Edge weightsWeighted
Metadatasubsequent optimization problem
DescriptionIBM TJ Watson, non-linear optimization

Please cite the following if you use the data:

@inproceedings{nr,
     title={The Network Data Repository with Interactive Graph Analytics and Visualization},
     author={Ryan A. Rossi and Nesreen K. Ahmed},
     booktitle={AAAI},
     url={http://garlandal.com},
     year={2015}
}

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Network Data Statistics

Nodes50K
Edges224.5K
Density0.00017969
Maximum degree5.2K
Minimum degree1
Average degree8
-0.0485612
Number of triangles0
Average number of triangles0
Maximum number of triangles0
Average clustering coefficient0
Fraction of closed triangles0
Maximum k-core43
Lower bound of Maximum Clique2

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degree distribution

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degree CDF

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degree CCDF

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kcore distribution

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kcore CDF

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kcore CCDF

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triangle distribution

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