• Colored Network Motif Analysis by Dynamic Programming Approach: An Application in Host Pathogen Interaction Network

    28 days ago - By IEEE/ACM

    Network motifs are subgraphs of a network which are found with significantly higher frequency than that expected in similar random networks. Motifs are small building blocks of a network and they have emerged as a way to uncover topological properties of complex networks. A special yet not much explored type of motif is the ‘colored motif' where color of each node, and hence the edges, in the motif is distinguishable from each other. A traditional motif is defined as a recurring structure in a network, whereas colored motif introduces detailed information about the color of the nodes...
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