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From the reviews: "...Accessible and easy to read...strikes a balance between concepts and mathematical detail. ...This book is a superb introduction to a fascinating area." (International Statistical Review, 2010, 78, 1, 134-159) "Many disciplines are nowadays involved in network modeling, but it appears as if a common methodological foundation is lacking. The objective of this book is to provide a first attempt at defining such a common methodological foundation from a statistical point of view. ... The style of the writing is excellent. ... ample references allow quick access to further literature. I can recommend this book to anyone with a serious statistical interest in networks." (Fred van Eeuwijk, VOC Nieuwsbrief, Issue 44, May, 2010) "Any reader interested in networks and wanting a perspective beyond that of any single discipline should acquire this book. ... Researchers will also appreciate the many points in the book where important open problems are identified. The book can also serve readily and flexibly as the main textbook for either a graduate-level seminar course or for an informally organized reading group. ... This book sets itself the challenge of addressing statistics for network science broadly, and in the many ways already noted, it is successful." (Michael Frey, Technometrics, Vol. 54 (1), February, 2012)Reseña del editor:
This book provides an up-to-date treatment of the foundations common to the statistical analysis of network data across the disciplines. The material is organized according to a statistical taxonomy, although the presentation entails a conscious balance of concepts versus mathematics. In addition, the examples-including extended cases studies-are drawn widely from the literature. This book should be of substantial interest both to statisticians and to anyone else working in the area of 'network science'. The coverage of topics in this book is broad, but unfolds in a systematic manner, moving from descriptive (or exploratory) methods, to sampling, to modeling and inference. Specific topics include network mapping, characterization of network structure, network sampling, and the modeling, inference, and prediction of networks, network processes, and network flows. This book is the first such resource to present material on all of these core topics in one place.
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