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Table 5 Actors along with their common characteristic features, weights, and relations used in the MSN

From: A method of designing a generic actor model for a professional social network

Actors Common characteristic features Weight of actors Relation among actors
1. \(a_1G_1\) and \(a_2G_1\) \(pro_{a_1G_1}^1 = PhD = 23,pro_{a_2G_1}^1 = ME = 18\) \(W_{a_1G_1} = 5.75,\; W_{a_2G_1} = 4.5\) \(W_{a_1G_1} > W_{a_2G_1}\) Hierarchical relation
2. \(a_1G_1\) and \(a_3G_1\) \(pro_{a_1G_1}^1 = PhD = 23,pro_{a_3G_1}^1 = ME = 18\) \(W_{a_1G_1} = 5.75,\; W_{a_3G_1} = 4.5\) \(W_{a_1G_1} > W_{a_3G_1}\) Hierarchical relation
3. \(a_2G_1\) and \(a_3G_1\) \(pro_{a_2G_1}^1 = pro_{a_3G_1}^1= ME = 18\) \(W_{a_2G_1} = 4.5,\; W_{a_3G_1} = 4.5\) \(W_{a_2G_1} = W_{a_3G_1}\) Equivalence relation
4. \(a_2G_1\) and \(a_4G_1\) \(pro_{a_2G_1}^1 = ME = 18,pro_{a_4G_1}^1 = BE = 16\) \(W_{a_2G_1} = 4.5,\; W_{a_4G_1} = 4\) \(W_{a_2G_1} > W_{a_4G_1}\) Hierarchical relation
5. \(a_3G_1\) and \(a_5G1\) \(pro_{a_3G_1}^1 = ME = 18,pro_{a_5G1}^1 = BE = 16\) \(W_{a_3G_1} = 4.5,\; W_{a_5G1} = 4\) \(W_{a_3G_1} > W_{a_5G1}\) Hierarchical relation