References in zbMATH (referenced in 28 articles )

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  1. Ghosh, Jaideep: Dynamics of knowledge-intensive production: an agency-structure framework (2017)
  2. Rombach, Puck; Porter, Mason A.; Fowler, James H.; Mucha, Peter J.: Core-periphery structure in networks (revisited) (2017)
  3. Brandes, Ulrik; Holm, Eugenia; Karrenbauer, Andreas: Cliques in regular graphs and the Core-Periphery problem in social networks (2016)
  4. Daras, Nicholas J.: Security and formation of network-centric operations (2015)
  5. Fu, Julei; Sun, Duoyong; Chai, Jian; Xiao, Jin; Wang, Shouyang: The “six-element” analysis method for the research on the characteristics of terrorist activities (2015)
  6. Wiesberg, Stefan; Reinelt, Gerhard: Evaluating the quality of image matrices in blockmodeling (2015)
  7. Robins, Garry: A tutorial on methods for the modeling and analysis of social network data (2013)
  8. Wu, Di; Bao, Lichun; Regan, Amelia C.; Talcott, Carolyn L.: Large-scale access scheduling in wireless mesh networks using social centrality (2013)
  9. Batchelder, W. H.; Anders, R.: Cultural consensus theory: comparing different concepts of cultural truth (2012)
  10. Pajouh, F. Mahdavi; Balasundaram, B.: On inclusionwise maximal and maximum cardinality (k)-clubs in graphs (2012)
  11. Wang, Tao; Zhang, Qingpeng; Liu, Zhong; Liu, Wenli; Wen, Ding: On social computing research collaboration patterns: a social network perspective (2012) ioport
  12. Brusco, Michael; Steinley, Douglas: A tabu-search heuristic for deterministic two-mode blockmodeling of binary network matrices (2011)
  13. Li, Yung-Ming; Lai, Cheng-Yang; Chen, Ching-Wen: Discovering influencers for marketing in the blogosphere (2011) ioport
  14. Sueur, Cédric; Deneubourg, Jean-Louis; Petit, Odile; Couzin, Iain D.: Group size, grooming and fission in primates: a modeling approach based on group structure (2011)
  15. Liu, Wei-chung; Chen, Hsuan-Wien; Jordán, Ferenc; Lin, Wen-Hsieh; Wai-Jen Liu, Chester: Quantifying the interaction structure and the topological importance of species in food webs: a signed digraph approach (2010)
  16. Eppstein, David; Spiro, Emma S.: The (h)-index of a graph and its application to dynamic subgraph statistics (2009)
  17. Martino, Francesco; Baù, Roberto; Spagnolli, Anna; Gamberini, Luciano: Presence in the age of social networks: augmenting mediated environments with feedback on group activity (2009) ioport
  18. Carter Butts: Social Network Analysis with sna (2008) not zbMATH
  19. Mark Handcock; David Hunter; Carter Butts; Steven Goodreau: Martina Morris: statnet: Software Tools for the Representation, Visualization, Analysis and Simulation of Network Data (2008) not zbMATH
  20. Pavel Krivitsky; Mark Handcock: Fitting Latent Cluster Models for Networks with latentnet (2008) not zbMATH

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