[Networkit] ReCoN code
henning.meyerhenke at kit.edu
Mon May 1 12:00:33 CEST 2017
Can you please take care of the renaming issue below?
Am 01.05.17 um 11:53 schrieb Christian Staudt:
> Hi Nathaniel
>>> Unfortunately, I cannot find ReCoN within the NetworKit
>>> documentation. I assume it would be here:
> You are right, and this is a known issue: I believe the ReCoN
> implementation is still under the name “generators.LFRGenerator”, which
> means that nobody is going to find it, and there were plans to change
> this a long time ago. Since I’m not currently involved in development,
> please raise this and other issues you might come across on github 
> or the email list .
>>> As a separate test/question, I would also like to keep the number of
>>> nodes the same but vary the density. Can ReCoN do this?
> Possibly, depending on the parameters. I think that's a research
> question for you.
> Best regards
> Dr.rer.nat. Christian Staudt
> : https://github.com/kit-parco/networkit
> : https://lists.ira.uni-karlsruhe.de/mailman/listinfo/networkit
>> On 29. Apr 2017, at 19:23, N.K. Douglass <nkd26 at cam.ac.uk
>> <mailto:nkd26 at cam.ac.uk>> wrote:
>> Dear Dr. Staudt,
>> I came across an article you coauthored, "Generating realistic scaled
>> complex networks," which I read with great interest. I would very
>> much like to scale-up some of my synthetically generated social
>> networks while preserving as many network attributes as possible --
>> ReCoN looks like a perfect tool.
>> Unfortunately, I cannot find ReCoN within the NetworKit documentation.
>> I assume it would be here:
>> If you have a free moment, can you please direct me toward the code.
>> If the code is not available yet, in your opinion what would be the
>> next best option?
>> As a separate test/question, I would also like to keep the number of
>> nodes the same but vary the density. Can ReCoN do this?
>> Thank you so much for your time. I would be very grateful for any
>> information you might share.
>> All the best,
>> Nathaniel Douglass
>> PhD Candidate
>> Supervised by Mike Bithell
>> Geography Department
>> University of Cambridge
>> nkd26 at cam.ac.uk <mailto:nkd26 at cam.ac.uk>
>> +44 7999 210279
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