Linear-time graph triples census algorithm under assumptions typical of social networks
McEnnis, D. (2009). Linear-time Graph Triples Census algorithm under assumptions typical of social networks. (Working paper 06/2009). Hamilton, New Zealand: University of Waikato, Department of Computer Science.
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A graph triples census is a histogram of all possible sets of three vertici (called a triple) from a graph. Graph triples census have been in active use in sociology for over 50 years. The earliest paper using this approach is by Holland and Leinhardt . This gives a general description of the structure of directed graphs in a fixed length vector. Since this time, this analytic tool has been widely used in social network analysis. A summary of important papers using this approach, both as end product and as a component of further analysis, are in.
University of Waikato, Department of Computer Science