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Leverage CentralityDefinition
Leverage centrality considers the degree of a node relative to its neighbors and operates under the principle that a node in a network is central if its immediate neighbors rely on that node for information.
Leverage centrality is a measure of the relationship between the degree of a given node (k_{i}) and the degree of each of its neighbors (k_{j}), averaged over all neighbors (N_{i}), and is defined as shown below. A node with negative leverage centrality is influenced by its neighbors, as the neighbors connect and interact with far more nodes. A node with positive leverage centrality, on the other hand, influences its neighbors since the neighbors tend to have far fewer connections. SoftwareReferences
