## Mathematical models of sociology |

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### Contents

Mathematical Sociology in Canada P Krishnan | 5 |

Some Considerations on Hararys Structure | 25 |

The Information Processing Representation Nick Axten | 35 |

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A-D Model achieve uniformity action analysis assume assumptions asymmetric choices Beaman behaviour Canada Canadian Census cohesiveness complete graph compute conjugal history correlation defined designs discrepancy divorced equation equilibrium estimated ethnic groups example female Festinger Figure function g curve given group inequality helpers high status occupations hypothesis increased index of inequality indicates individuals initial intransitive iso-help curve Markov Chain Markov process mathematical sociology migration mobility move occupational distribution odds ratio operations out-migration OUT-S.A.D. Model parameters particular performances person population predictions present pressure to communicate Pressures Toward Uniformity probability of help probability that someone problem programme random ratio index relation relevance remarriages restaurant Robert McGinnis role sample Semi-Markov Processes sequence signed graph social specific Statistics Canada Stochastic Process symbol structures Table theorem theory transition matrix triad types TWO-CLASS Model unit evaluations University of Alberta urban values variable waitress