A block model suitable for sparse graphs

@inproceedings{Parkkinen2009ABM,
  title={A block model suitable for sparse graphs},
  author={Juuso A. Parkkinen and Adam Gyenge},
  year={2009}
}
We introduce a new generative block model for graphs. Vertices (nodes) have mixed memberships in margin components, and edges arise from a multinomial defined over the cartesian product of the margin components. The model is able to represent block structures of “non-community” type, that is, it is able to model linkage between margin components. Compared to earlier mixed membership stochastic blockmodels which have a Bernoulli parameterization for the generation of links between each margin… CONTINUE READING
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