A Review of Statistical Models for Networks With a Focus on Imputation

Stanley Wasserman
Indiana University

This talk highlights the wide range of statistical analyses that are part of network science.

Of particular importance are the exponential family of random graph distributions, known as p*, and recent work on

robustness and resistance of network data when actors and/or relational ties are missing or removed.

*Additional Authors: Douglas Steinley and Garry Robins

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