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Physical Review E
Network measures that reflect the most salient properties of complex large-scale networks are in high demand in the network research community. In this paper we adapt a combinatorial measure of negative curvature (also called hyperbolicity) to parameterized finite networks, and show that a variety of biological and social networks are hyperbolic. This hyperbolicity property has strong implications on the higher-order connectivity and other topological properties of these networks. Specifically,doi:10.1103/physreve.89.032811 pmid:24730903 fatcat:aerrdi32ura5rf7ff4d2etwfwi