Analysis of Multirelational Multilevel Networks

  title={Analysis of Multirelational Multilevel Networks},
  author={Mengxiao Zhu and Valentina Kuskova and Stanley Wasserman and Noshir Contractor},
Social network analysis is concerned not only with social relations (Wellman 1988), but also more generally with attributes across pairs of social actors, which are referred to as dyadic attributes (Borgatti and Everett 1987, p. 243). These dyadic attributes range from shared affiliations to distances between cities to similarities in respondents’ answers to items on a questionnaire. While most network studies have investigated one-mode networks (Borgatti and Everett 1987), social network… CONTINUE READING
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