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«Understanding Large Temporal Networks and Spatial Networks»

Measures based on time slicesCitation networksRegulating whites on Native American landsBi-connectivity and k-connectivityTransforming a citation network into an acyclic networkClustering the US counties with a spatial relational constraintOverall playing careersCitations to Dred ScottTypes of networksScientific citation and other bibliographic networksPre-modern eraTransition to substantive topicsMapping spatial diversity in the United States of AmericaLine islandsNetwork sizesA 'Perceived Threats to Social Order' line islandMoving directly into the EPL from local and non-local clubsClusteringSupreme Court decisions regarding patentsPathfinderAnalysis of citation networksMultirelational networksInterpreting the clusters of player careersPerceived threats to social orderThe most important worksSecondary datasetsSubgraphsThe centrality citation networkNetwork dataThe network of scientific citationsCollaboration networksConnectivityTransfersProbabilistic flow in acyclic networkThe Dred Scott decisionLine islands with patents tagged by keywordsThe coherence of the threats to social order line islandCompatible numberings: Depth and topological orderSubstantive concernsTemporal and spatial networksThe Supreme Court networkLine cutsCommercial speech and threats restricting itAn agglomerative method for relational constraintsCitation networksSome arguments and propositionsSemiringsOn the centrality and SNA collaboration networksPatents from 1987, cited through to 2006The first Red ScareSNA citation networksStructural variables through timeThe Warren Court on subversionA US Supreme Court citation networkDescriptions of propertiesNormalizations of weightsSPC weightsData archivesPress freedom and free speech as perceived threatsTemporal networksTemporal distribution of publicationsAn optical network line islandStructural propertiesImplementation detailsLine islandsGeneral features of the top five European leaguesThe internal structure of strong componentsLevels of analysisContracted clusters - international tradeSome basic properties of acyclic networksProblems and algorithmsThe Supreme Court citation networkClub level variationsIdentifying the starting yearShrinking specific patent citation networksBow-tie structure of the web graphThe leaders methodFast agglomerative clustering algorithmsData for large temporal networksFootball as the world's gameEvolutionPatent citation networksTwo-mode coresSome profiles of players from elsewhereGeneralized coresAn initial attempt of analyses of collaboration networksThe non-English presence in the EPLPatents from 1976, cited through to 2006Citations between co-cited decisionsThe presence of non-Native Americans on Native American landsThe main path of the centrality citation networkSPC weightsStructural properties of temporally specific networksDealing with cycles in citation networksThe eight Garreau nations in the USAParticipation in co-authored productionsMethods for large networksA large US spatial networkVertex weightsSome Home Country profilesFitting distributionsSubstancePathfinder algorithmsNetworks of player movements to the EPLRestrictions of African Americans organizingBibliographic networksTriangular and short cycle connectivitiesThe counties of the United StatesCounted features of trails to the EPLSpecific factors impacting football migrationSome properties of islandsWalksStatistical network measuresThe boundary problemImportant vertices in networksThe ten Woodard nations in the USASmall and middle sized networksPlayer migrationsVisualizations of propertiesAn agglomerative methodThe supplementary datasets we usedUtilizing supplementary variables for 1987 patentsThe Kansas Event Data (KEDS)Some later developmentsWeightsNonacyclic citation networksTendencies of individual authors to collaborateThe football network(s)Court rulingsObtaining SPC weights and drawing main pathsDefining islandsJourneys - Walks in temporal networksThe NBER-United Nations Trade Data, 1962-2000Co-cited islands of Supreme Court decisionsOther types of large networksLoansTwo-mode networksOther derived networksComputational methodsForced removal of Native American populationsThe Louvain method and VOSMapping nations as spatial units of the United StatesChecking for the presence of cyclesSearch path count methodCitation patterns in temporal United States patent dataTopological orderings and functions on acyclic networksConditions for hierarchical clustering methodsThe 1976-2006 patent dataCitations from Dred ScottThe most important worksProperties of journeysSubnetworksThe algorithmTopological orderings and CPMCoresSurprises and issues triggered by themDiscriminant analysis for Garreau's nationsImportant subnetworksCollaboration networksAll trails of footballers to the EPLEquivalence relations and partitionsCondensationDegree distributions of the centrality literatureVertex islandsk-cores in collaboration networksRestrictions of labor groups organizingNuisance threatsRepresenting networks in spaceMoves solely within the EPLThe structure and some properties of nearest neighbor graphsThe network datasets we usedData for constrained spatial clusteringUsing Pajek and R togetherFlows of footballers into the top European leaguesOther perceived threatsThe main datasetsThe Warren Court on obscenityMeasuresPreliminary data analysesHierarchiesComputing SPLC and SPNP weightsPlayer ages when recruited to the EPLClustering with a relational constraintFoundations of methods for large networksk-ringsDefining the width of the sliding windowClustering, blockmodeling, and community detectionThe Edinburgh Associative Thesaurus (EAT)Clustering with a relational constraintNearest neighbors graphsDirect threats to state interestsThe modern eraMultiplication of two-mode networksDescriptions of networksModern social network analysisCo-cited decisionsTaxing Native Americans and enforcing external lawsAn example of a multirelational temporal networkTwo final commentsSymbolic objects described with distributionsNetworksA Native American line islandThe spatial networksSome examples of temporal networksIslandsAcyclic networksSome preliminary resultsFurther reflections on the Supreme Court citation networkStrategies for analyzing large networksThe patent networkThe 2002-2006 time slice flows with at least three movesNetwork flows of footballers between clubs to reach the EPLSome patterns of technological developmentScientific citation networksTypes of worksOther derived networksThe football networkEffects of the Bosman decisionSuccess in the EPLComputing the closure over the Pathfinder semiringInduction and deductionDirect moves of players to the EPL from non-EPL clubsComparing citation patterns for two time intervalsPatentsConnectivity properties of networksJehovah's Witnesses as a perceived threatFuture workCo-authorship networksThe movement of football players across the globePlayer fitnessTransition to methods for large networksStarting clubs for English playersOther relevant subnetworks for a bounded networkThe 1992-1996 time slice flows with at least three movesThe US Supreme Court citation networkComputing further indices through functionsLarge networksPrefaceThe structures of the threats to social order line islandOther networksOn studying large networksThe spatial networkCurtailing the authority of Native American courtsSPC weightsA sparse network algorithmThe patent citation networkTransformation of temporal networks to static networksClusters, clusterings, partitions, hierarchiesEPL career lengthsMoves from EPL clubsUtilizing supplementary variables for 1976 patentsApproaches to temporal networksBirth control and abortionThe overall presence of other countries in the EPLThe second Red ScareFootball in EnglandMethodological implications of Dred ScottClustering player trailsDegreesKrebs Internet industry partnershipsSpanish algorithmsClustering symbolic dataCores and generalized coresGeneral properties of weightsThe Burger Court on obscenityObscenity as a threat to social orderA geophysics and meteorology line islandSPC weights in acyclic networks-rings and analysis of two-mode networksTemporally specific networksComplexity of algorithmsTwo-mode networks from data tablesInstitutional arrangements and the organization of footballContractions of clustersThe 1997-2001 time slice flows with at least three movesDegrees, closeness, betweenness and other indicesDecisions involving communists and socialistsA brief look at the SNA literature SN5 networksMacros for collaboration networksThe main islandCutsFootball playersPetty persecutionsMethods, techniques, and algorithmsLarge networksSquad sizesFootball clubsA brief historical overviewCitation patterns
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