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In the Winter 2011/2012 run at the Future SOC Lab, we used the KONECT
framework (Koblenz Network Collection) to compute ten
different network statistics on a large collection of downsampled
versions of a large network dataset, with the goal of determining
whether sampling of a large network can be used to reduce the
computational effort needed to compute a network statistic. Preliminary
results show that this is indeed the case.
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