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Structural balance in signed networks : separating the probability to interact from the tendency to fight

Structural balance in signed networks : separating the probability to interact from the tendency to fight

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LERNER, Jürgen, 2016. Structural balance in signed networks : separating the probability to interact from the tendency to fight. In: Social Networks. 45, pp. 66-77. ISSN 0378-8733. eISSN 1879-2111

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