Talks
Fall 2013

Bayesian Models for Graph Data and the Open Problem of Invariance in Networks

Monday, November 18th, 2013 10:30 am10:55 am

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I will recap how exchangeability works for graph data and why it is fundamental to the Bayesian approach; this is closely related to the theory of graph limits. I will then discuss why exchangeable models are misspecified for network data, and summarize what we know about the (so far completely open) problem of finding an alternative concept suitable for networks.