Growing Networks with Positive and Negative Links: Summary

As the final week of my Summer Monroe Project comes to a close I am very proud and satisfied with what I have accomplished this summer and am greatly looking forward to continuing my research in the Fall.  My greatest accomplishment this summer was building a robust network simulation program that will be invaluable to […]

Update #3: Any Press is Good Press

The most recent step in my research, defining preferential attachment and deletion for a signed network, has by far been the most exciting and rewarding part thus far.  For the first time in my project this summer I had absolute freedom to put forth my own original ideas and it was thrilling to see how […]

Update #2 : The Enemy of My Enemy

Since my last post I have made two very important strides in my research; I have settled on a baseline definition for preferential deletion (a method for choosing which node is most likely to leave the network) and I have chosen a real online network that I will gather data from to compare to my […]