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Dynamic Network Regression

  title={Dynamic Network Regression},
  author={Yidong Zhou and Hans-Georg Muller},
Network data are increasingly available in various research fields, motivating statistical analysis for populations of networks where a network as a whole is viewed as a data point. Due to the non-Euclidean nature of networks, basic statistical tools available for scalar and vector data are no longer applicable when one aims to relate networks as outcomes to Euclidean covariates, while the study of how a network changes in dependence on covariates is often of paramount interest. This motivates… 
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