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Title Exponential random graph models for social networks [electronic resource] : theories, methods, and applications / editors, Dean Lusher, Johan Koskinen, Garry Robbins,
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Description 1 online resource.
Series Structural analysis in the social sciences ; 35.
Note Description based on print version record.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Machine generated contents note: Introduction Dean Lusher, Johan Koskinen and Garry Robins; 1. What are exponential random graph models Garry Robins and Dean Lusher; 2. The formation of social network structure Dean Lusher and Garry Robins; 3. A simplified account of ERGM as a statistical model Garry Robins and Dean Lusher; 4. An example of ERGM analysis Dean Lusher and Garry Robins; 5. Exponential random graph model fundamentals Johan Koskinene and Galina Daragonova; 6. Dependence graphs and sufficient statistics Johan Koskinen and Galina Daragonova; 7. Social selection, dyadic covariates and geospatial effects Garry Robins and Galina Daragonova; 8. Autologistic actor attribute models Galina Daragonova and Garry Robins; 9. ERGM extensions: models for multiple networks and bipartite networks Peng Wang; 10. Longitudinal models Tom Snijders and Johan Koskinen; 11. Simulation, estimation and goodness of fit Johan Koskinen and Tom Snijders; 12. Illustrations: simulation, estimation and goodness of fit Garry Robins and Dean Lusher; 13. Personal attitudes, perceived attitudes and social structures: a social selection model Dean Lusher and Garry Robins; 14. How to close a hole: exploring alternative closure mechanisms in inter-organizational networks Alessandro Lomi and Francesca Pallotti; 15. Interdependencies between working relations: multivariate ERGMs for advice and satisfaction Yu Zhao and Olaf Rank; 16. Brain, brawn or optimism? The structure and correlates of emergent military leadership Yuval Kalish and Gil Luria; 17. An ALAAM analysis of unemployment: the dual importance of who you know and where you live Galina Daragonova and Philippa Pattison; 18. Longitudinal changes in face-to-face and text message-mediated friendship networks Tasuku Igarashi; 19. The differential impact of directors' social and financial capital on corporate interlock formation Nicholas Harrigan and Matthew Bond; 20. Comparing networks: a structural correspondence between behavioural and recall networks Eric Quintane; 21. Modelling social networks: next steps Philippa Pattison and Tom Snijders.
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Perth, W.A. Available via World Wide Web.
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Subject Social networks -- Mathematical models.
Social networks -- Research -- Graphic methods.
Added Author Lusher, Dean, editor of compilation.
Koskinen, Johan, editor of compilation.
Robbins, Garry, editor of compilation.
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Related To Original 9780521193566 0521193567 9780521141383 0521141389 (DLC) 2012021034
ISBN 1139844326 (electronic bk.)
9781139844321 (electronic bk.)
9780521193566 (hardback)
0521193567 (hardback)
9780521141383 (paperback)
0521141389 (paperback)
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