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The power of science lies in its ability to infer and predict the

existence of objects from which no direct information can be obtained

experimentally or observationally. A well known example is

The power of science lies in its ability to infer and predict the

existence of objects from which no direct information can be obtained

experimentally or observationally. A well known example is to

ascertain the existence of black holes of various masses in different

parts of the universe from indirect evidence, such as X-ray emissions.

In the field of complex networks, the problem of detecting

hidden nodes can be stated, as follows. Consider a network whose

topology is completely unknown but whose nodes consist of two types:

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    • Partial requirement for: Ph.D., Arizona State University, 2015
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    • Field of study: Electrical engineering

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