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Table 3 Nodes in communities corresponding to lines in Table 2. For example, line 2 means that the five nodes \(\left({N}_{1}=5\right)\) 5, 6, 7, 11, and 17 are members of the partition indicated with ‘0’s and the remaining 29 nodes \(\left({N}_{2}=29\right)\) are members of the other partition. In the next column ‘1,010,111’ indicates that the division in line 2 is found in computer runs ‘A0.05’, ‘P0.05’, ‘PT0.1’, ‘L0.1’, and ‘VL0.05’. The last two columns show the number of nodes in the two partitions of the network. Three sub-communities (building blocks) are indicated with the orange, purple and blue colours to visualise patterns in this tabular presentation. Note that nodes 14 and 20 (in bold) are not members of their typical sub-community in line 8 (division 8 found only in the network connection model in run ‘A0.1′)

From: Modelling community structure and temporal spreading on complex networks