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central

1. 
a. of or relating to the central nervous system
b. of or relating to the centrum of a vertebra
2. (of a force) directed from or towards a point
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characteristic path length, clustering coefficient, centrality measures are analysed in the state of art to understand the changes occurring in brain due to neuro-disorders, evolution of disorder, aging and different conditions.
Nodes that have high centrality measures tend to be located close to the center of the network.
centrality and diversity) make up the two core dimensions of our nexus supplier typology.
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their identity standards and role centrality hierarchies) influenced the ways they chose to be involved with their children.
Several studies have found the centrality of employees in an organization to be associated with increasing power (Brass 1984, 1985; Burkhardt and Brass 1990; Fombrun 1983, 1986).
Individuals with high work centrality see work as central to the definition of their identity (Braithwaite & Scott 1991), and anything that will negatively affect their effectiveness in the work place is to be avoided by them.
We calculate node centrality for all the countries in our data set (9) and present the top 30 countries ranked by this measure in Table 1.
Ha: Freeman Centrality has a positive effect on a direct link from a mainstream blog to an alternative blog.
Its profound significance can be fully understood only through the notion of a priori centrality.
First, we shall take up the friendship and advice purpose of networks and then examine the centrality concept as it refers to the locations of positions within the network structure.
2001; Settoon and Mossholder, 2002) in that a direct positive relationship between centrality and ICB performance was found.