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    2525The special session will include: 
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    27 * a non-technical overview of exponential random graph models (ERGM), Markov models, and new specifications of network dependence (Pip Pattison); 
    28 * a non-technical review of the statistical theory that explains the problem of degeneracy in ERGMs (Mark S. Handcock); 
    29 * a comparison of Markov models and the new models for the standard networks distributed with UCINET (Garry Robins) 
    30 * techniques for estimation, and a brief review of two currently available programs (Tom Snijders, Dave Hunter); 
    31 * a comparative analysis of about 60 friendship networks from the Add Health study that range in size from 80 to 3000 nodes (Steve Goodreau) 
    32 * an assessment of these recent developments (Martina Morris) 
    33 * Overheads from "Curved Exponential Family Models" Mark S. Handcock and David R. Hunter. Provides an introduction to the weighted degree and weighted shared partner (WSP) models. 
     27* a non-technical overview of exponential random graph models (ERGM), Markov models, and new specifications of network dependence ([attachment:1Pattison.pdf Pip Pattison]); 
     28* a non-technical review of the statistical theory that explains the problem of degeneracy in ERGMs ([attachment:3Handcock.pdf Mark S. Handcock]); 
     29* a comparison of Markov models and the new models for the standard networks distributed with UCINET ([attachment:2Robins.pdf Garry Robins]) 
     30* techniques for estimation, and a brief review of two currently available programs ([attachment:4Snijders.pdf Tom Snijders], [attachment:5Hunterrev.pdf Dave Hunter]); 
     31* a comparative analysis of about 60 friendship networks from the Add Health study that range in size from 80 to 3000 nodes ([attachment:6Goodreau.pdf Steve Goodreau]) 
     32* an assessment of these recent developments ([attachment:7Morris.pdf Martina Morris]) 
     33* Overheads from "Curved Exponential Family Models" [attachment:8HunterHandcock.pdf Mark S. Handcock and David R. Hunter]. Provides an introduction to the weighted degree and weighted shared partner (WSP) models. 
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    3535Computer packages for statistical analysis of networks: