shtml) Global Times Wednesday quoted a researcher at Guangzhou's Jinan University as saying the problem of officials trying to achieve political ambitions by forming close ties with high officials in cliques
was "very serious, and .
These monochromatic cliques
define cohesive subgroups of some kind of relationship and provide a useful start to the analysis of the structure of social networks, which gives some basis for the study of information exchange and patterns of influence in social networks.
The relation of "being true twins" is an equivalence, and equivalence classes of this relation form disjoint cliques
in a graph.
In the case of the clique
percolation method , H contains the k-cliques
(1) of the original graph, and function d is:
The bad eggs will probably be moved on by QPR this summer but, if I were in charge there, it would be the cliques
I'd be more worried about.
are considered as a part of dense graphs and can be considered that they do not have much practical effect in the case of sparse structures.
SPLC surveys identified the cafeteria as the place where students feel social divisions and cliques
are most apparent.
A partir du reseau de conseils, vingt-quatre cliques
constituees de chercheurs qui echangent des conseils pour obtenir des ressources importantes: ce sont des cliques
Therefore, the number of cliques
of size 3 in G(n,[tau])is [O.
I've seen plenty of cliques
at clubs during my career and believe me, the majority of lads here get on really well.
They discovered that throughout society we often form cliques
and circles of friends with common interests, such as politics, music, religion, sport or the same profession.
Instead, a rift emerged, allegedly, between a clique
of black players and the rest of the team.