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In graph theory and network analysis, indicators of centrality identify the most important vertices within a graph. Applications include identifying the most influential person(s) in a social network, key infrastructure nodes in the Internet or urban networks, and super-spreaders of disease. Centrality concepts were first developed in social network analysis, and many of the terms used to measure centrality reflect their sociological origin.
They should not be confused with node influence metrics, which seek to quantify the influence of every node in the network.
Up for sale is a kimber micro 9 that I have EDC for the last year. Has carry wear for sure. Little scratches here and there. Very accurate little gun. Has around 250 rds through it. Comes with 1 mag. And everything it came with new. Open to trades. Really looking for a shotgun(sporting shotgun...
So kinda a long shot but ill be working out of town here in a few weeks and would like a little insight on some hunting grounds ... Mostly coyote hunting since its winter time ... But dose anyone know of sone area a guy could go dink off and kill some coyots over by goldendale wa and biggs, or?
Have recently gotten back into handguns in a fairly serious way, and would like to find someplace to get involved with competition shooting fairly close to home. Interested in tactical/action shooting vs. bulls-eye. I live in Twisp, about 90 miles north of Wenatchee. Anyone know of anything...