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





Transforming a citation network into an acyclic networkAn agglomerative method for relational constraintsInduction and deductionThe boundary problemCourt rulingsA 'Perceived Threats to Social Order' line islandData archivesMapping spatial diversity in the United States of AmericaSpecific factors impacting football migrationCores and generalized coresThe first Red ScareWeightsPrefaceRepresenting networks in spaceSemiringsThe 2002-2006 time slice flows with at least three movesCoresImportant vertices in networksPre-modern eraFlows of footballers into the top European leaguesCommercial speech and threats restricting itSymbolic objects described with distributionsThe NBER-United Nations Trade Data, 1962-2000Obscenity as a threat to social orderJourneys - Walks in temporal networksUsing Pajek and R togetherThe spatial networkHierarchiesClustering with a relational constraintSPC weights in acyclic networksA brief look at the SNA literature SN5 networksTwo final commentsRestrictions of labor groups organizingPatents from 1976, cited through to 2006Football as the world's gameAn example of a multirelational temporal networkLine islandsSubstanceMeasuresThe Louvain method and VOSCurtailing the authority of Native American courtsRegulating whites on Native American landsThe 1997-2001 time slice flows with at least three movesTemporal and spatial networksMacros for collaboration networksThe overall presence of other countries in the EPLA geophysics and meteorology line islandThe patent networkProblems and algorithmsMeasures based on time slicesTriangular and short cycle connectivitiesCitation patterns in temporal United States patent dataTransition to substantive topicsFuture workLevels of analysisNetworksSome properties of islandsContracted clusters - international tradeEquivalence relations and partitionsMethods for large networksStructural variables through timeNearest neighbors graphsTypes of worksGeneral properties of weightsA sparse network algorithmLoansCo-cited decisionsClustering with a relational constraintMapping nations as spatial units of the United StatesSNA citation networksDescriptions of propertiesCitation networksThe US Supreme Court citation networkBirth control and abortionIslandsCo-authorship networksWalksDefining the width of the sliding windowAn agglomerative methodJehovah's Witnesses as a perceived threatNormalizations of weightsThe internal structure of strong componentsDiscriminant analysis for Garreau's nationsGeneralized coresTwo-mode networks from data tablesDealing with cycles in citation networksCutsComparing citation patterns for two time intervalsClusters, clusterings, partitions, hierarchiesSome preliminary resultsOther perceived threatsMethodological implications of Dred ScottParticipation in co-authored productionsTwo-mode coresThe ten Woodard nations in the USAShrinking specific patent citation networksNetwork sizesPathfinder algorithmsPlayer ages when recruited to the EPLPatentsNuisance threatsStatistical network measuresSurprises and issues triggered by themLarge networksThe patent citation networkOverall playing careersProbabilistic flow in acyclic networkSubnetworksTransformation of temporal networks to static networksCo-cited islands of Supreme Court decisionsThe structure and some properties of nearest neighbor graphsImplementation detailsSome patterns of technological developmentPatents from 1987, cited through to 2006Football playersThe Dred Scott decisionTransfersSome later developmentsThe main datasetsSubstantive concernsStructural properties-rings and analysis of two-mode networksThe most important worksSome profiles of players from elsewhereA large US spatial networkStrategies for analyzing large networksThe Burger Court on obscenityTwo-mode networksSubgraphsData for large temporal networksMoves solely within the EPLComplexity of algorithmsCitation networksSpanish algorithmsSearch path count methodLine islands with patents tagged by keywordsFurther reflections on the Supreme Court citation networkThe modern eraThe Edinburgh Associative Thesaurus (EAT)Acyclic networksPreliminary data analysesSome Home Country profilesTopological orderings and CPMEffects of the Bosman decisionMethods, techniques, and algorithmsThe Kansas Event Data (KEDS)Large networksFast agglomerative clustering algorithmsConditions for hierarchical clustering methodsCondensationCounted features of trails to the EPLThe presence of non-Native Americans on Native American landsClustering symbolic dataSPC weightsComputing the closure over the Pathfinder semiringObtaining SPC weights and drawing main pathsOn the centrality and SNA collaboration networksNonacyclic citation networksPetty persecutionsDirect moves of players to the EPL from non-EPL clubsOther types of large networksSome examples of temporal networksClustering the US counties with a spatial relational constraintSecondary datasetsAn initial attempt of analyses of collaboration networksThe network datasets we usedCollaboration networksComputing further indices through functionsLine islandsTopological orderings and functions on acyclic networksCitation patternsThe spatial networksModern social network analysisTransition to methods for large networksScientific citation and other bibliographic networksTendencies of individual authors to collaborateOther networksIdentifying the starting yearA Native American line islandSmall and middle sized networksTemporal distribution of publicationsA US Supreme Court citation networkClustering player trailsThe 1976-2006 patent dataVertex islandsKrebs Internet industry partnershipsPathfinderCitations to Dred ScottCollaboration networksA brief historical overviewCompatible numberings: Depth and topological orderDecisions involving communists and socialistsDegrees, closeness, betweenness and other indicesSupreme Court decisions regarding patentsConnectivityData for constrained spatial clusteringDegreesVertex weightsPress freedom and free speech as perceived threatsUtilizing supplementary variables for 1976 patentsSome arguments and propositionsThe centrality citation networkBi-connectivity and k-connectivityFitting distributionsThe eight Garreau nations in the USAStructural properties of temporally specific networksThe football network(s)EPL career lengthsContractions of clustersPlayer fitnessScientific citation networksClub level variationsMultirelational networksComputational methodsSome basic properties of acyclic networksPatent citation networksAn optical network line islandSPC weightsApproaches to temporal networksAll trails of footballers to the EPLForced removal of Native American populationsThe main path of the centrality citation networkThe supplementary datasets we usedThe Warren Court on obscenitySPC weightsDirect threats to state interestsThe movement of football players across the globeClusteringGeneral features of the top five European leaguesThe Warren Court on subversionLine cutsConnectivity properties of networksAnalysis of citation networksProperties of journeysBibliographic networksComputing SPLC and SPNP weightsOther relevant subnetworks for a bounded networkPlayer migrationsThe counties of the United StatesOther derived networksRestrictions of African Americans organizingNetwork flows of footballers between clubs to reach the EPLDegree distributions of the centrality literatureThe network of scientific citationsThe leaders methodSuccess in the EPLThe main islandTemporal networksk-cores in collaboration networksStarting clubs for English playersThe coherence of the threats to social order line islandNetworks of player movements to the EPLMoves from EPL clubsInstitutional arrangements and the organization of footballFootball clubsk-ringsSquad sizesDefining islandsThe football networkCitations from Dred ScottThe most important worksDescriptions of networksThe non-English presence in the EPLThe algorithmThe 1992-1996 time slice flows with at least three movesChecking for the presence of cyclesEvolutionBow-tie structure of the web graphTypes of networksInterpreting the clusters of player careersMoving directly into the EPL from local and non-local clubsPerceived threats to social orderOther derived networksCitations between co-cited decisionsTemporally specific networksThe Supreme Court networkClustering, blockmodeling, and community detectionTaxing Native Americans and enforcing external lawsMultiplication of two-mode networksThe structures of the threats to social order line islandOn studying large networksNetwork dataVisualizations of propertiesImportant subnetworksThe Supreme Court citation networkUtilizing supplementary variables for 1987 patentsThe second Red ScareFoundations of methods for large networksFootball in England
 
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