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«Understanding Large Temporal Networks and Spatial Networks»





Line cutsNormalizations of weightsThe patent citation networkThe Edinburgh Associative Thesaurus (EAT)Other derived networksCurtailing the authority of Native American courtsClustering with a relational constraintNetworks of player movements to the EPLForced removal of Native American populationsProblems and algorithmsPre-modern eraNetworksSome examples of temporal networksOther derived networksOther relevant subnetworks for a bounded networkNuisance threatsBi-connectivity and k-connectivityCitation networksTwo-mode coresLarge networksImplementation detailsPreliminary data analysesCitations between co-cited decisionsStructural propertiesThe 1992-1996 time slice flows with at least three movesTypes of networksThe US Supreme Court citation networkTransition to substantive topicsTopological orderings and functions on acyclic networksCounted features of trails to the EPLProbabilistic flow in acyclic networkImportant subnetworksNetwork sizesClub level variationsThe boundary problemThe Burger Court on obscenityPlayer fitnessComplexity of algorithmsThe supplementary datasets we usedPathfinderDirect threats to state interestsSpanish algorithmsSome arguments and propositionsSubstantive concernsTaxing Native Americans and enforcing external lawsLine islandsThe Warren Court on subversionComputing further indices through functionsSome profiles of players from elsewhereA large US spatial networkSmall and middle sized networksMultiplication of two-mode networksAn optical network line islandVertex weightsBow-tie structure of the web graphAn initial attempt of analyses of collaboration networksModern social network analysisPrefaceDegree distributions of the centrality literatureStructural variables through timeShrinking specific patent citation networksData for large temporal networksDecisions involving communists and socialistsThe patent networkClustering with a relational constraintThe spatial networksContracted clusters - international tradeVertex islandsLevels of analysisTransfersThe football network(s)The non-English presence in the EPLThe main datasetsUtilizing supplementary variables for 1976 patentsThe Louvain method and VOSScientific citation and other bibliographic networksIslandsFootball playersRestrictions of labor groups organizingAn agglomerative method for relational constraintsIdentifying the starting yearCommercial speech and threats restricting itThe Supreme Court citation networkThe Dred Scott decisionData for constrained spatial clusteringEPL career lengthsThe coherence of the threats to social order line islandThe most important worksSome properties of islandsTriangular and short cycle connectivitiesCitation networksSemiringsTransforming a citation network into an acyclic networkFitting distributionsComputational methodsComputing SPLC and SPNP weightsContractions of clustersFoundations of methods for large networksThe network of scientific citationsTemporally specific networksMoving directly into the EPL from local and non-local clubsTendencies of individual authors to collaborateDirect moves of players to the EPL from non-EPL clubsSymbolic objects described with distributionsA Native American line islandClusteringSPC weightsCores and generalized coresJourneys - Walks in temporal networksThe main islandOther perceived threatsNetwork flows of footballers between clubs to reach the EPLPathfinder algorithmsDealing with cycles in citation networksSome preliminary resultsPatent citation networksSPC weightsFurther reflections on the Supreme Court citation networkThe second Red ScareThe football networkMethods, techniques, and algorithmsSubgraphsThe network datasets we usedA brief look at the SNA literature SN5 networksMethodological implications of Dred ScottGeneral features of the top five European leaguesThe 2002-2006 time slice flows with at least three movesObscenity as a threat to social orderPlayer ages when recruited to the EPLPress freedom and free speech as perceived threatsMapping spatial diversity in the United States of AmericaThe movement of football players across the globeFuture workDefining the width of the sliding windowDiscriminant analysis for Garreau's nationsGeneral properties of weightsTwo-mode networks from data tablesStrategies for analyzing large networksAn agglomerative methodThe 1976-2006 patent dataHierarchiesCondensationA sparse network algorithmEvolutionLine islands with patents tagged by keywordsThe overall presence of other countries in the EPLA US Supreme Court citation networkInduction and deductionTemporal networksThe Warren Court on obscenityProperties of journeysPerceived threats to social orderCoresSearch path count methodThe main path of the centrality citation networkNearest neighbors graphsUtilizing supplementary variables for 1987 patentsEquivalence relations and partitionsCitations from Dred Scottk-cores in collaboration networksAcyclic networksDefining islandsMeasures based on time slicesLarge networksCo-cited decisionsOverall playing careersInstitutional arrangements and the organization of footballTransformation of temporal networks to static networksSquad sizesTransition to methods for large networksThe presence of non-Native Americans on Native American landsThe spatial networkStatistical network measuresSome patterns of technological developmentObtaining SPC weights and drawing main pathsOn studying large networksClustering, blockmodeling, and community detectionThe structure and some properties of nearest neighbor graphsCompatible numberings: Depth and topological orderSuccess in the EPLJehovah's Witnesses as a perceived threatMoves solely within the EPLData archivesThe most important worksMeasuresRepresenting networks in spaceFootball clubsTemporal and spatial networksFlows of footballers into the top European leaguesKrebs Internet industry partnershipsFootball as the world's gameUsing Pajek and R togetherNonacyclic citation networksApproaches to temporal networksSPC weights in acyclic networksFast agglomerative clustering algorithmsk-ringsBibliographic networksThe eight Garreau nations in the USAStructural properties of temporally specific networksA brief historical overviewSNA citation networksThe Kansas Event Data (KEDS)Moves from EPL clubsTopological orderings and CPMDegrees, closeness, betweenness and other indicesInterpreting the clusters of player careersMethods for large networksClusters, clusterings, partitions, hierarchiesTwo-mode networksVisualizations of propertiesOther networksTwo final commentsClustering player trailsSpecific factors impacting football migrationChecking for the presence of cyclesMacros for collaboration networksOther types of large networksConditions for hierarchical clustering methodsAll trails of footballers to the EPLSPC weightsCitation patterns in temporal United States patent dataThe structures of the threats to social order line islandSubnetworksThe NBER-United Nations Trade Data, 1962-2000Football in EnglandA 'Perceived Threats to Social Order' line islandSupreme Court decisions regarding patentsImportant vertices in networksMultirelational networksCitation patternsCourt rulingsSurprises and issues triggered by themSome later developmentsMapping nations as spatial units of the United StatesScientific citation networksDegreesClustering symbolic dataCutsThe first Red ScareTypes of worksLine islandsRestrictions of African Americans organizingSecondary datasetsThe modern eraOn the centrality and SNA collaboration networksBirth control and abortionThe 1997-2001 time slice flows with at least three moves-rings and analysis of two-mode networksDescriptions of propertiesPlayer migrationsThe centrality citation networkPatentsStarting clubs for English playersComputing the closure over the Pathfinder semiringThe leaders methodPatents from 1987, cited through to 2006Comparing citation patterns for two time intervalsThe algorithmCollaboration networksConnectivity properties of networksSubstanceAnalysis of citation networksLoansRegulating whites on Native American landsThe internal structure of strong componentsEffects of the Bosman decisionCo-authorship networksSome Home Country profilesCo-cited islands of Supreme Court decisionsThe ten Woodard nations in the USATemporal distribution of publicationsPatents from 1976, cited through to 2006WalksSome basic properties of acyclic networksClustering the US counties with a spatial relational constraintThe Supreme Court networkPetty persecutionsAn example of a multirelational temporal networkThe counties of the United StatesParticipation in co-authored productionsNetwork dataDescriptions of networksConnectivityGeneralized coresCitations to Dred ScottA geophysics and meteorology line islandWeightsCollaboration networks
 
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