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Table 5 Comparison of the maximum k-core properties

From: Can co-location be used as a proxy for face-to-face contacts?

  InVS13 InVS15 LH10 LyonSchool SFHH Thiers13
Contact 11 25 23 47 33 24
Co-presence 78 (0.607) 112 (0.681) 32 (0.682) 181 (0.615) 320 (0.522) 210 (0.684)
Sampling 1 22.5 (0.660) 57.8 (0.719) 26.0 (0.683) 99.8 (0.638) 111 (0.575) 76.7 (0.640)
Sampling 2 5.23 (0.479) 17.4 (0.692) 16.4 (0.655) 39.7 (0.501) 41.4 (0.555) 17.7 (0.375)
Sampling 3 28.1 (0.591) 27.4 (0.639) 25.5 (0.693) 28.4 (0.360) 42.6 (0.559) 15.8 (0.117)
  1. For each dataset we compute the maximum coreness, and report between parenthesis the Jaccard index between the k-core of the contact network and the k-core in the original and sampled co-presence data (results are averaged over 100 realisations for each sampling method).