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A Workshop Agenda WORKSHOP ON DYNAMIC SOCIAL NETWORK ANALYSIS AGENDA November 7-9, 2002 Thursday, November 7 Welcome Anne Manor, National Research Council Rebecca Goolsby, Office of Naval Research Opening Address "Emergent Themes in Social Network Analysis: Results, Challenges, Opportunities" Ronald L. Breiger, Workshop Chair, University of Arizona Session I: Social Network Theory Perspectives Ronald L. Breiger, Moderator and Discussant · Linton C. Freeman, University of California, Irvine Finding Social Groups: A Meta-Analysis of the Southern Women Data · Harrison C. White, Columbia University Modeling Entrepreneurial Agency within Networks of Mar- kets · Noah E. Friedkin, University of California, Santa Barbara Social Influence Network Theory: To- ward a Science of Strategic Modification of Interpersonal Influence Systems · David Lazer, Harvard University Information and Innovation in a Networked World Discussion and Roundtable Themes, Issues, and Applications Ronald L. Breiger, Moderator and Discussant 373
374 Session II: Dynamic Social Networks Stanley Wasserman, Moderator and Discussant DYNAMIC SOCIAL NETWORK MODELING AND ANALYSIS · Jeffrey C. Johnson, East Carolina University Informal Social Roles and the Evolution and Stability of Social Networks (coauthors Lawrence A. Palinkas, University of California, San Diego, and James Boster, University of Connecticut) · Kathleen M. Carley, Carnegie Mellon University Dynamic Network Analysis · Tom A.B. Snijders, ICS University of Groningen, The Netherlands Accounting for Degree Distribu- tions in Empirical Analysis of Network Dynamics Michael W. Macy, Cornell University Culture Wars end Dynamic Networks: A Hopfield Model of Emergent Structure (coauthors James A. Kitts, University of Washington, and Andreas Flache, Univer- sity of Groningen) · Martina Morris, University of Washington Local Rules and Global Properties: Modeling the Emer- gence of Network Structure Friday, November 8 Session II: Dynamic Social Networks (continued) · H. Eugene Stanley, Boston University Threat Networks and Threatened Networks: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Stabilization and Immunization (coauthor Shlomo Havlin, Bar-Ilan University) Discussion and Roundtable Themes, Issues, and Applications Stanley Wasserman, Moderator and Discussant Session III: Metrics and Models Pip Pattison, Moderator and Discussant · Stanley Wasserman, University of Illinois Sensitivity Analysis of Social Network Data and Methods: Some Preliminary Results (coauthor Douglas Steinley, University of Illinois) · Andrew J. Seary and William D. Richards, Simon Fraser University Spectral Methods for analyzing and Visualizing Networks: An Introduction · Mark S. Ilandcock, University of Washington Assessing Degeneracy in Statistical Models for Social Networks · Stephen P. Borgatti, Boston College The Key Player Problem · Elisa Jayne Bienenstock, University of California, Irvine, and Phillip Bonacich, University of Califor- nia, Los Angeles Balancing Efficiency and Vulnerability in Social Networks · Christos Faloutsos, Carnegie Mellon University Finding Patterns in Large, Real Networks
APPENDIX A: WORKSHOP AGENDA Discussion and Roundtable Themes, Issues, and Applications Pip Pattison, Moderator and Discussant Session IV: Networked Worlds David Lazer, Moderator and Discussant 375 · Alden S. Klovdahl, Australian National University Large Social Networks in Contemporary Societies · David Jensen, University of Massachusetts, Amherst Data Mining in Social Networks (coauthor Jen- nifer Neville, University of Massachusetts, Amherst) · Peter D. Hoff; University of Washington Random Effects Models for Network Data Saturday, November 9 Session IV: Networked Worlds (continued) · Carter T. Butts, University of California at Irvine Predictability of Large-Scale Spatially Embedded Networks · Noshir S. Contractor, University of Illinois Using Multi-Theoretical Multi-Level (MTML) Models to Study Adversarial Networks (coauthor Peter R. Monge, University of Southern California) · Michael D. Ward, University of Washington Identifying International Networks: Latent Spaces and Imputation (coauthor Peter D. Hoff and Corey Lowell Lofdahl, SAIC) Discussion and Roundtable Themes, Issues, and Applications David Lazer, Moderator and Discussant Summary of Workshop Themes, Issues, and Applications Kathleen M. Carley, Carnegie Mellon University