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Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence and Applications
Community structure is one of the most important structural features of complex networks. However, most of the existing community division metrics only consider the relationship between nodes, and do not consider the overall closeness of the internal and external communities from the perspective of topology. Persistent homology (PH) is a mathematical tool in computational topology, which can capture high-dimensional topological features and is widely used in the analysis of complex networks. Indoi:10.3233/faia220370 fatcat:4rrutow7avbs5ey7dle66of72a