Some Simple Algorithms for Structural Comparison

@article{Butts2005SomeSA,
  title={Some Simple Algorithms for Structural Comparison},
  author={C. Butts and Kathleen M. Carley},
  journal={Computational & Mathematical Organization Theory},
  year={2005},
  volume={11},
  pages={291-305}
}
Structural comparison (i.e., the simultaneous analysis of multiple structures) is a problem which arises frequently in such diverse arenas as the study of organizational forms, social network analysis, and automated text analysis. Prior work has demonstrated the applicability of a range of standard multivariate analysis procedures to the structural comparison problem. Here, some simple algorithms are provided which elucidate several of these methods in an easily implemented form. 
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