Computing continuous core/periphery structures for social relations data with MINRES/SVD

@article{Boyd2010ComputingCC,
  title={Computing continuous core/periphery structures for social relations data with MINRES/SVD},
  author={John P. Boyd and William J. Fitzgerald and Matthew C. Mahutga and David A. Smith},
  journal={Social Networks},
  year={2010},
  volume={32},
  pages={125-137}
}
When diagonal values are missing or excluded, MINRES is a natural continuous model for the core/periphery structure of a symmetric social network matrix. Symmetric models, however, are not so useful when dealing with asymmetric data. Singular value decomposition (SVD) is a natural choice to model asymmetry, but this method also requires the presence of diagonal values. In this paper we offer an alternative, more general, approach to continuous core/periphery structures, the minimum residual… CONTINUE READING
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