Journal of Mathematical Psychology volume 50, issue 5, P468-477 2006 DOI: 10.1016/j.jmp.2006.05.005 View full text
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Michael Brusco, Douglas Steinley

Abstract: We show that seriation of the rows and columns of a two-mode, binary matrix can be an effective method for producing a reordering of the matrix that reveals a blockmodel structure of the data. The objective criterion of the seriation process is based on Robinson patterning of matrix elements. The key advantages of the proposed method are: (a) it can be used in conjunction with existing two-mode blockmodeling algorithms by facilitating selection of the number of classes for the rows and columns of the matrix a…

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