Stochastic Blockmodels: First Steps *

@inproceedings{Holland2003StochasticBF,
  title={Stochastic Blockmodels: First Steps *},
  author={Paul W. Holland and Seroice and Kathryn Blackmond and Samuel Leinhardt},
  year={2003}
}
A stochastic model is proposed for social networks in which the actors in a network are partItIoned mto subgroups called blocks. The model provides a stochastrc generalization of the blockmodel. Estimation techniques are developed for the special case of a single relation social network, with blocks specified D prrorr. An extension of the model allows for tendencies toward reciprocation of ties beyond those explained by the partition. The extended model prowdes a one degree-of-freedom test of… CONTINUE READING
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