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Table 3 Description of the structural properties of the real-world networks. N is the total numbers of nodes, E is the number of edges. \(\langle k\rangle \)\(k_{\max }\) are respectively the average and the max degree. C is the average clustering coefficient. \(\alpha _{\mathrm{th}}\) is the epidemic threshold of the network

From: Centrality in modular networks

Network N E k \(k_{\max }\) C \(\alpha _{\mathrm{th}}\)
ego-Facebook 4039 88,234 43.69 1045 0.605 0.009
Caltech 620 7255 43.31 248 0.443 0.012
Princeton 5112 28,684 88.93 628 0.298 0.006
Georgetown 7423 162,982 90.42 1235 0.268 0.006
Email-Eu-core 986 25,552 33.24 347 0.399 0.013
Power-grid 4941 6594 2.66 19 0.107 0.092
CR-QC 4158 13,428 5.53 81 0.529 0.059