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A short course of lectures
«Understanding Large Temporal Networks and Spatial Networks»





Future workDirect threats to state interestsThe non-English presence in the EPLFootball clubsForced removal of Native American populationsCutsPrefacePress freedom and free speech as perceived threatsContractions of clustersShrinking specific patent citation networksAn agglomerative methodTypes of worksA large US spatial networkBi-connectivity and k-connectivityStructural variables through timeComputing further indices through functionsGeneralized coresFootball in EnglandPreliminary data analysesSPC weightsStructural propertiesSPC weightsComplexity of algorithmsThe coherence of the threats to social order line islandSome preliminary resultsThe Supreme Court citation networkThe spatial networkSpanish algorithmsDecisions involving communists and socialistsOther derived networksTwo-mode coresSecondary datasetsSemiringsSupreme Court decisions regarding patentsComputing SPLC and SPNP weightsData archivesTransition to methods for large networksThe first Red ScareThe most important worksPlayer fitnessEffects of the Bosman decisionCommercial speech and threats restricting itTopological orderings and CPMThe leaders methodSymbolic objects described with distributionsNetworks of player movements to the EPLMethods for large networksCollaboration networksCitation networksThe main datasetsMoving directly into the EPL from local and non-local clubsA geophysics and meteorology line islandProblems and algorithmsThe counties of the United StatesSome examples of temporal networksThe algorithmInterpreting the clusters of player careersMapping spatial diversity in the United States of AmericaClustering the US counties with a spatial relational constraintSuccess in the EPLCitation patterns in temporal United States patent dataSubnetworksComparing citation patterns for two time intervalsPathfinder algorithmsClustering with a relational constraintStarting clubs for English playersCo-cited islands of Supreme Court decisionsOverall playing careersDiscriminant analysis for Garreau's nationsMapping nations as spatial units of the United StatesAll trails of footballers to the EPLContracted clusters - international tradeNetwork sizesThe network of scientific citationsGeneral properties of weightsTransforming a citation network into an acyclic networkCitations from Dred ScottThe structure and some properties of nearest neighbor graphsPlayer ages when recruited to the EPLSubstanceSurprises and issues triggered by themTwo-mode networks from data tablesPatents from 1976, cited through to 2006Structural properties of temporally specific networksLoansThe Louvain method and VOSConditions for hierarchical clustering methodsClusteringCollaboration networksAn agglomerative method for relational constraintsThe eight Garreau nations in the USAClustering player trailsLarge networksSome patterns of technological developmentProbabilistic flow in acyclic networkThe second Red ScareAn optical network line islandOther networksScientific citation and other bibliographic networksStatistical network measuresFitting distributionsThe Warren Court on subversionDegree distributions of the centrality literatureMeasuresMethods, techniques, and algorithmsDegrees, closeness, betweenness and other indicesLine islandsNetwork dataNonacyclic citation networksCompatible numberings: Depth and topological orderA 'Perceived Threats to Social Order' line islandSquad sizesImplementation detailsClusters, clusterings, partitions, hierarchiesUtilizing supplementary variables for 1987 patentsClustering symbolic dataKrebs Internet industry partnershipsTriangular and short cycle connectivitiesEPL career lengthsScientific citation networksA brief historical overviewParticipation in co-authored productionsVisualizations of propertiesCondensationAcyclic networksTypes of networksComputing the closure over the Pathfinder semiringTwo final commentsTemporal networksFoundations of methods for large networksVertex islandsPathfinderThe spatial networksBibliographic networksThe ten Woodard nations in the USAIslandsTransformation of temporal networks to static networksThe Warren Court on obscenityPre-modern eraCo-authorship networksTendencies of individual authors to collaborateThe US Supreme Court citation networkSPC weightsDefining the width of the sliding windowGeneral features of the top five European leaguesOn the centrality and SNA collaboration networksOn studying large networksThe Edinburgh Associative Thesaurus (EAT)The Supreme Court networkCitations to Dred ScottNuisance threatsMethodological implications of Dred ScottCores and generalized coresThe football networkOther perceived threatsTransfersRegulating whites on Native American landsLine islands with patents tagged by keywordsData for constrained spatial clusteringVertex weightsThe Burger Court on obscenityAnalysis of citation networksTaxing Native Americans and enforcing external lawsThe modern eraPlayer migrations-rings and analysis of two-mode networksOther derived networksSmall and middle sized networksLine cutsFootball as the world's gameObscenity as a threat to social orderThe football network(s)Citation networksLarge networksInstitutional arrangements and the organization of footballThe NBER-United Nations Trade Data, 1962-2000Temporal and spatial networksTemporally specific networksThe Dred Scott decisionSome basic properties of acyclic networksEvolutionSome arguments and propositionsThe boundary problemFootball playersFast agglomerative clustering algorithmsOther types of large networksThe presence of non-Native Americans on Native American landsk-ringsImportant subnetworksWalksData for large temporal networksOther relevant subnetworks for a bounded networkChecking for the presence of cyclesCitation patternsThe overall presence of other countries in the EPLThe centrality citation networkThe 1976-2006 patent dataTransition to substantive topicsClustering, blockmodeling, and community detectionFurther reflections on the Supreme Court citation networkSome profiles of players from elsewhereA sparse network algorithmNearest neighbors graphsRestrictions of labor groups organizingStrategies for analyzing large networksSubstantive concernsUtilizing supplementary variables for 1976 patentsThe most important worksRepresenting networks in spaceDirect moves of players to the EPL from non-EPL clubsPatentsBirth control and abortionSome later developmentsNetwork flows of footballers between clubs to reach the EPLIdentifying the starting yearApproaches to temporal networksUsing Pajek and R togetherCitations between co-cited decisionsFlows of footballers into the top European leaguesTwo-mode networksLine islandsSubgraphsObtaining SPC weights and drawing main pathsThe movement of football players across the globeCounted features of trails to the EPLTemporal distribution of publicationsThe 2002-2006 time slice flows with at least three movesMultirelational networksSPC weights in acyclic networksModern social network analysisNormalizations of weightsThe supplementary datasets we usedThe patent citation networkConnectivityDegreesThe main islandThe structures of the threats to social order line islandWeightsCourt rulingsTopological orderings and functions on acyclic networksAn initial attempt of analyses of collaboration networksHierarchiesEquivalence relations and partitionsMultiplication of two-mode networksJourneys - Walks in temporal networksPatent citation networksThe Kansas Event Data (KEDS)A US Supreme Court citation networkDescriptions of networksThe patent networkA brief look at the SNA literature SN5 networksMacros for collaboration networksAn example of a multirelational temporal networkComputational methodsMoves solely within the EPLThe 1997-2001 time slice flows with at least three movesThe internal structure of strong componentsInduction and deductionRestrictions of African Americans organizingSNA citation networksPerceived threats to social orderThe network datasets we usedSome properties of islandsPetty persecutionsLevels of analysisJehovah's Witnesses as a perceived threatCurtailing the authority of Native American courtsDealing with cycles in citation networksSpecific factors impacting football migrationClub level variationsDescriptions of propertiesCoresA Native American line islandConnectivity properties of networksSearch path count methodProperties of journeysClustering with a relational constraintThe 1992-1996 time slice flows with at least three movesThe main path of the centrality citation networkCo-cited decisionsNetworksk-cores in collaboration networksPatents from 1987, cited through to 2006Bow-tie structure of the web graphMoves from EPL clubsSome Home Country profilesDefining islandsImportant vertices in networksMeasures based on time slices
 
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