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In the summertime of 2002, the workplace of Naval learn requested the Committee on Human components to carry a workshop on dynamic social community and research. the first function of the workshop used to be to collect scientists who signify a range of perspectives and ways to proportion their insights, remark, and opinions at the constructing physique of social community research examine and alertness. The secondary objective was once to supply sound types and purposes for present difficulties of nationwide value, with a specific concentrate on nationwide protection. This workshop is among the many actions undertaken by way of the nationwide learn Council that bears at the contributions of assorted medical disciplines to figuring out and protecting opposed to terrorism. The shows have been grouped in 4 periods Social community concept views, Dynamic Social Networks, Metrics and versions, and Networked Worlds every one of which concluded with a discussant-led around desk dialogue one of the presenters and workshop attendees at the issues and matters raised within the consultation.

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Freeman’s paper thus suggests that, in some situations (perhaps those in which the various methods applied are in the vicinity of the correct analysis of a structure), intensive application of multiple analytical methods can compensate for data that are less than perfect. In her Workshop paper, Martina Morris is particularly interested in two rules governing partner selection in sexual transmission networks: concurrency (number of partners) and mixing (the extent to which both partners share an attribute, such as race).

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