标题:Assortative Analysis of Bulk Trade Complex Network on Maritime Silk Road    (Open Access)
作者:Mou, Naixia ;Fang, Yujie ;Yang, Tengfei ;Zhang, Lingxian
作者机构:[Mou, Naixia ;Fang, Yujie ;Zhang, Lingxian ] College of Geodesy and Geomatics, Shandong University of Science and Technology, Qingdao, China;[Yang, Te 更多
通讯作者:Zhang, Lingxian
来源:IEEE Access
出版年:2020
卷:8
页码:131928-131938
DOI:10.1109/ACCESS.2020.3009970
摘要:Assortativity, one of the mixing patterns of complex networks, is characterized by measuring whether the nodes are preferentially connected to the nodes with a similar scale. While numerous studies have examined the assortative characteristics of various real-world networks, few studies have attempted to analyze the assortativity of networks in which the subject of trade is bulk. The novelty of this research is that, for the first time, the assortative coefficient method in physics is introduced into the bulk trade network, and the Automatic Identification System (AIS) data is used to explore the assortative mixing characteristics of the network. From the perspective of multi-scale (port and country) and multi-dimensional (node, link, and network) structure, this paper reveals the tendency of trade connection and explores the trade rules of bulk in networks. The results show that: (1) The trade network of bulk on the Maritime Silk Road is assortative. With the increase of spatial scale, the extent of assortativity is also gradually increasing; (2) In the bulk network of ports, trade cooperation shows the rule of distance attenuation; In the national bulk network, it shows the rule of preferential connection; (3) Ports with high out-degree will export bulk to the ports with high out-degree with broad market, while countries with high out-degree export to high in-degree countries with strong demand. The present study is expected to provide valuable references for port planning, national formulation of scientific bulk trade strategy, and promotion of coordinated development of bulk trade network along the Maritime Silk Road.
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