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I would recommend looking at some of the works of Mark Lombardi
where he diagrams networks that change over time - in particular
his work "George W. Bush, Harken Energy and Jackson Stevens,
c. 1979-1990" that is on the cover of the book "Mark Lombardi:
Global Networks". There is a distinct timeline in the network
from left to right, and major players are depicted not as points
but as lines with interconnections through time.
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On Tue, 2 Mar 2004, Juan Camilo Plata wrote:
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> With my first approach to social networks my impression is that it deals
> with the present state of the relations. Like a snapshot. I was wondering
> if is there any works on how to describe and analyze change of networks
> over time. And, a second related point, suppose we have a network at a
> certain point in time, and a moment later, enters another actor. In this
> new situation, a tie that existed before, now disappears [Suppose friends
> A and B are talking. Appears C. A hates C, and decides to leave the
> place]. Is there any procedure for dealing with this kind of phenomena?
> I would thank your words,
> Juan Camilo Plata
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