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Thanks for this compilation. Just for completing eventually it, does someone has read/write something about SNA and context, or more generally on the role (and modeling?) of context in social networks?

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>Date:         Sun, 27 Jun 2004 20:10:52 +0300
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>From: Moses Boudourides <[log in to unmask]>
>Subject:      Re: SNA & OSS
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>Hello all,
>
>Thanks to everybody who has responded. Special thanks to Lada Adamic,
>Mariano Belinky, Irene Berkowitz, Ron Burt, Kathleen Carley, Roberto
>Dandi, Danyel Fisher, Jon Froehlich, James Howison and Robin Teigland.
>
>The list below includes only works making use or referring to social
>network analysis.
>
>--Moses
>
>  M.A. Boudourides
>  Associate Professor
>
>  Department of Mathematics
>  University of Patras
>  265 00 Rio-Patras
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>
>Works on F/OSS and Social Network Analysis
>
>
>Crowston, K., & Howison, J. (2003). The social structure of Open Source
>Software development teams. Submitted for presentation at the "2003
>International Conference on Information Systems."
>http://crowston.syr.edu/papers/icis2003sna.pdf
>
>Ducheneaut, N. (n.d.). The reproduction of open source software
>communities. Ph.D. work at Berkeley.
>http://www2.parc.com/csl/members/nicolas/open-source.html
>
>Gao, Y. (2003). Topology and evolution of the Open Source Software
>community. MS Thesis. University of Notre Dame.
>http://www.nd.edu/~oss/Papers/ygaoThesisFinal_12-2-03.pdf
>
>Gao, Y., Madey, G., & Freeh, V. (2003). Modeling and simulation of a
>complex social system: A case study.
>http://www.nd.edu/~oss/Papers/SimulationSym37_gao.pdf
>
>Kuwabara, K. (2000). Linux: A bazaar at the edge of chaos. First Monday,
>vol. 5, no. 3 (March 2000).
>http://www.firstmonday.org/issues/issue5_3/kuwabara/index.html
>
>Lopez-Fernandez, L., Robles-Martinez, G., & Gonzalez-Barahona, J.M.
>(2004). Applying social network analysis to the information in CVS
>repositories.
>http://libresoft.dat.escet.urjc.es/html/downloads/sna-icse-2004.pdf
>http://msr.uwaterloo.ca/slides/LopezFernandez.pdf
>
>Madey, G., Freeh, V., & Tynan, R. (2004). Modeling the F/OSS Community: A
>quantitative investigation. In S. Koch (ed.), Free/Open Source Software
>Development. Idea Publishing.
>http://www.nd.edu/~oss/Papers/BookChapter.pdf
>
>Meyer, P.B. (2003). Episodes of collective invention. Working Paper 368.
>U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics.
>http://opensource.mit.edu/papers/meyer.pdf
>
>Mockus, A., Fielding, R.T., & Herbsleb, J.D. (n.d.). Two case studies of
>Open Source Software development: Apache and Mozilla.
>http://www.research.avayalabs.com/techreport/ALR-2002-003-paper.pdf
>
>Myers, C.R. (2003). Software systems as complex networks: Structure,
>function, and evolvability of software collaboration graphs.
>Cond-mat/0305575. http://arxiv.org/abs/cond-mat/0305575
>
>O'Mahony, S., & Ferraro, F. (2003). Managing the boundary of an 'open'
>project. Prepared for the Santa Fe Institute (SFI) Workshop on .The
>Network Construction of Markets..
>http://opensource.mit.edu/papers/omahonyferraro.pdf
>
>te Meerman, S. (2003). Puzzling with a top-down blueprint and a bottom-up
>network: An explorative analysis of the Open Source world using ITIL and
>Social Network Analysis. MS Thesis, University of Groningen, the
>Netherlands. http://opensource.mit.edu/papers/meerman2.pdf
>
>Waguespack, D.M., & Fleming, L. (2004). Penguins, camels, and other birds
>of a feather: The emergence of leaders in open innovation communities.
>http://faculty.haas.berkeley.edu/elf/ECON222/Waguespack%20Fleming.pdf
>
>Wasko, M.M., & Teigland, R. (2002). The provision of online public goods:
>Examining social structure in an electronic network of practice. 23rd
>International Conference on Information Systems.
>http://www.cs.vu.nl/~aschwarz/workshop/abstracts/teiglanda.htm
>
>Xu, J., & Madey, G. (2004). Exploration of the Open Source Software
>community. NAACSOS Conference 2004.
>http://casos.isri.cmu.edu/events/conferences/2004_proceedings/XuJin1.pdf
>
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