Recovering a Single Community with Side Information

We study the effect of the quality and quantity of side information on the recovery of a hidden community of size $K=o(n)$ in a graph of size $n$. Side information for each node in the graph is modeled by a random vector with the following features: either the dimension of the vector is allowed to vary with $n$, while log-likelihood ratio (LLR) of each component with respect to the node label is fixed, or the LLR is allowed to vary and the vector dimension is fixed... (read more)

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