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Physical Review X
The internal organization of complex networks often has striking consequences on either their response to external perturbations or on their dynamical properties. In addition to small-world and scale-free properties, clustering is the most common topological characteristic observed in many real networked systems. In this paper, we report an extensive numerical study on the effects of clustering on the structural properties of complex networks. Strong clustering in heterogeneous networks inducesdoi:10.1103/physrevx.4.041020 fatcat:4opv47wayvhebf2rqllo7ssbte