Papers on signed networks

  1. Doreian, P. and Mrvar, A. (1996): A Partitioning Approach to Structural Balance. Social Networks, 18, 149-168. Download

  2. Doreian, P. and Mrvar, A. (1996): Structural Balance and Partitioning Signed Graphs. In: Ferligoj, A. and Kramberger, A. (Eds.): Developments in Data Analysis, 12, Ljubljana: FDV, 195-208. Download

  3. Doreian, P. and Mrvar, A. (2009): Partitioning signed social networks. Social Networks, 31, 1-11. Download

  4. Mrvar, A. and Doreian, P. (2009): Partitioning signed two-mode networks. Journal of Mathematical Sociology, 33, 196-221. Download

  5. Brusco, M., Doreian, P., Mrvar, A., Steinley, D. (2011): Two algorithms for relaxed structural balance partitioning: linking theory, models, and data to understand social network phenomena. Sociological Methods and Research, 40, 57-87. Download

  6. Doreian, P., Lloyd, P. and Mrvar, A. (2013): Partitioning large signed two-mode networks: Problems and prospects. Social Networks, 35, 178-203. Download

  7. Doreian, P. and Mrvar, A. (2014): Testing two theories for generating signed networks using real data. Advances in Methodology and Statistics, 11, Ljubljana: FDV, 31-63. Download

  8. Doreian, P. and Mrvar, A. (2015): Structural Balance and Signed International Relations. Journal of Social Structure, 16(2), Pittsburgh: Carnegie Mellon University. Download.

  9. Doreian, P. and Mrvar, A. (2016): Identifying fragments in networks for structural balance and tracking the levels of balance over time. Connections, 35(2), 6-18 Download.

Visualizations and Animations

  1. Animations of the Correlates of War data (COW) used in the paper: Structural Balance and Signed International Relations

Instructions

  1. Using constraints in prespecified relaxed balance partitioning of signed networks.