We collected required social information about a group of undergraduate students in university from their mobile social network for preparation the social graph and their centralities. Their educational performance compared with four centralities in order to evaluate the relation between educational performance and social centralities. Finally the correlation coefficients were calculated and discussed. (p. 16-23)
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