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Testing For Global Covariate Effects in Dynamic Interaction Event Networks

@inproceedings{Kreiss2021TestingFG,
  title={Testing For Global Covariate Effects in Dynamic Interaction Event Networks},
  author={Alexander Kreiss and Enno Mammen and Wolfgang Polonik},
  year={2021}
}
In statistical network analysis it is common to observe so called interaction data. Such data is characterized by actors forming the vertices and inter-acting along edges of the network, where edges are randomly formed and dissolved over the observation horizon. In addition covariates are observed and the goal is to model the impact of the covariates on the interactions. We distinguish two types of covariates: global, system-wide covariates (i.e. covariates taking the same value for all… 

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