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  • n. The extent to which nodes of a graph link to others of the same degree


assortative +‎ -ity (Wiktionary)


  • , we find that the C. elegans neuronal network has properties distinct from at least one other biological network involved in signalling, the protein interaction network (viz., in terms of the assortativity and the role-to-role connectivity profile)

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