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Links 1 through 10 of 443 by M Round tagged network

MASON is a fast discrete-event multiagent simulation library core in Java, designed to be the foundation for large custom-purpose Java simulations

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NetLogo is a cross-platform multi-agent programmable modeling environment

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"Where will your company’s next innovation come from? You may never be able to guess the answer, but new modeling tools can foster the right environment for success."

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"The classic Southern Women data and Australian interlocking director data are used as examples to show that the ERGM with the newly specified statistics is a powerful tool for statistical analysis of affiliation networks."

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"Pp. 5998-6013 in Encyclopedia of Complexity and System Science (editor-in-chief Bob Meyers), part of the Social Networks section (section editor John Scott), Springer Verlag, 2009."

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a very good summary - particularly useful for the tables of effects (with graphics) at the back

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"A family of dynamic actor-driven models for the coevolution process is sketched, and it is shown how to use the SIENA software for estimating these models. We illustrate the method by analyzing the coevolution of friendship networks, taste in music, and alcohol consumption of teenagers."

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chapter from P. Carrington, J. Scott, & S. Wasserman (Eds.), Models and methods in social network analysis. New York: Cambridge University Press.

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