centrality

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EtymologyEdit

From central +‎ -ity.

NounEdit

centrality (countable and uncountable, plural centralities)

  1. The state of being central.
    • 2002, Diane Richardson, Steven Seidman, Handbook of Lesbian and Gay Studies:
      As a result, the linkage between race-hate, gay-hate, and misogyny is evident (Sheffield, 1992: 389), but the centrality of race and gender in the gay and lesbian activism dealing with violence is negligible.
  2. A tendency to remain at, or move towards the centre.
  3. (mathematics) Any of various measures of the relative importance of a vertex in a graph.

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