These are the values of the algebraic conflict (ξ) for all networks to which the statistic applies and for which it was computed. In total, it has been computed for 23 networks.
The algebraic conflict (ξ) is the smallest eigenvalue of the Laplacian matrix. It is a measure of the conflict (i.e., non-balance) present in signed networks. For networks that are not signed, it is always zero, and thus not computed. If the network is balanced, the value is exactly zero. If the network is not balanced, the value is larger than zero.
The full definition of the algebraic conflict as well as its properties and relationships to other graph statistics can be found in the KONECT handbook.
|Highland tribes||1.040 29|
|Crisis in a Cloister||7.496 84|
|Congress votes||0.166 891|
|Dutch college||2.520 79|
|FilmTrust ratings||0.267 701|
|Bitcoin Alpha||0.140 284|
|Amazon (Wang)||0.012 657 3|
|Bitcoin OTC||0.140 294|
|Sexual escorts||0.012 682 0|
|Chess||0.076 742 9|
|CiaoDVD movie ratings||0.018 375 1|
|Wikipedia elections||0.164 948|
|TripAdvisor||0.004 594 92|
|BookCrossing (ratings)||0.005 160 59|
|Slashdot Zoo||0.073 579 5|
|WikiSigned||0.022 193 3|
|Epinions||0.031 081 6|
|CiaoDVD review ratings||0.048 403 8|
|Jester 150||7.650 34|
|Jester 100||14.999 6|
|MovieLens 10M||0.947 072|