Yuming Huang

I received a Master’s degree in Physics in NCSU, using community detection techniques to study force networks of granular systems. As a continuation of works in complex networks, my current researches include overlapping community detection in social networks, optimal community inference in multiplex networks using graphical models, and reconstructing biological neural networks through topological causal inference.

Publications:Y. Huang & H. Wang. “Consensus and multiplex approach for community detection in attributed networks”, GlobalSIP 2016. (2016)

Y. Huang & H. Wang. “Consensus and multiplex approach for community detection in attributed networks”, GlobalSIP 2016. (2016)
Y. Huang & K. E. Daniels, “Friction and pressure-dependence of force chain communities in granular materials”, Granular Matter, 18(4), 85. (2016)
Z. Xie, P. Wu , S. Wang, Y. Huang, S. Zhang, S. Chen, … L. Wang, “Behaviour of a binary particle system under the effects of simultaneous vertical vibration and rotation”, Soft Matter, 9, 5074. (2013).