# Bilinear Mixed-Effects Models for Affiliation Networks

@article{Jia2014BilinearMM, title={Bilinear Mixed-Effects Models for Affiliation Networks}, author={Yanan Jia and Catherine A. Calder}, journal={ArXiv}, year={2014}, volume={abs/1406.5954} }

An affiliation network is a particular type of two-mode social network that consists of a set of `actors' and a set of `events' where ties indicate an actor's participation in an event. Although networks describe a variety of consequential social structures, statistical methods for studying affiliation networks are less well developed than methods for studying one-mode, or actor-actor, networks. One way to analyze affiliation networks is to consider one-mode network matrices that are derived… CONTINUE READING

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