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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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Compared with other network positions, in-degree centrality has been determined as the position most positively associated with power (Balkundi & Kilduff, 2005).
2) Well put, but the very notion that ASEAN "accepted" its centrality implies that it did not necessarily create it.
Betweenness centrality is the number of times a node connects pairs of other nodes, who otherwise would not be able to reach one another.
The rankings of iMetrics researchers based on their centrality (including degree, betweenness, and closeness) measures;
Centrality is one way of measuring the relative importance of each node--specifically, each industry--in a graph or network.
Some measurements, such as degree centrality, between centrality are employed in the SNA in describing the students' positions in a network, in identifying the inter-student relations, and in determining a network formed as a whole.
Degree centrality defined as number of links incident upon a node.
2) Compared with several existing centrality measures, we validated the feasibility of proposed measures to identify important nodes.
In order to better clarify the role of centrality on the development of PTSD, one may attempt to identify, for example, different effects of EC on traumatic memories of people with and without PTSD symptoms.
74) Four principle measures of centrality are used in SNA:
The authors' research group has sought the most reasonable metric units for evaluating the degrees of collaborations among people in the workflow-supported people system, and we have found one of them out at last, which is Centrality (4) [5] stemmed from the social network literature.
Based on simulation data, we examine how network density at the network level moderates the impacts of a firm's degree centrality and structural holes on its innovation performance.