Models for Network Evolution

@inproceedings{Banks1996ModelsFN,
  title={Models for Network Evolution},
  author={David L. Banks and Kathleen M. Carley},
  year={1996}
}
This paper describes mathematical models for network evolution when ties (edges) are directed and the node set is xed. Each of these models implies a speci c type of departure from the standard null binomial model. We provide statistical tests that, in keeping with these models, are sensitive to particular types of departures from the null. Each model (and associated test) discussed follows directly from one or more socio-cognitive theories about how individuals alter the colleagues with whom… CONTINUE READING

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