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  • adj. Describing a graph (or network) in which nodes of low degree are more likely to connect with nodes high degree
  • adj. Not assortative


dis- +‎ assortative (Wiktionary)


  • Further, it is different from the airline transportation network, where the high degree nodes are closely connected among themselves, showing an assortative behavior indicates that the network is disassortative (as previously stated in Refs.

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