rhgsbt {dBlockmodeling}  R Documentation 
Relocation Heuristic for Generalized Structural Balance
Description
This function runs relocation heuristic for generalized structural balance on an N x N
asymmetric matrix. The main diagonal is ignored.
Usage
rhgsbt(A, C, TLIMIT)
Arguments
A 
An 
C 
The number of clusters ( 
TLIMIT 
A desired time limit. 
Value
The function returns the following:

obj
 the Doreian & Mrvar objective value; 
P
N
dimensional vector of cluser assignements; and 
restarts
 the number of restarts within the time limit.
Author(s)
Michael Brusco
References
Brusco, M. J., Doreian, P., & Steinley, D. (2019). Deterministic blockmodeling of signed and twomode networks: a tutorial with psychological examples. British Journal of Mathematical and Statistical Psychology.
Doreian, P., & Mrvar, A. (1996). A partitioning approach to structural balance. Social Networks, 18, 149168. https://doi.org/10.1016/03788733(95)002596
Brusco, M. J., & Doreian, P. (2019). Partitioning signed networks using relocation heuristics, tabu search, and variable neighborhood search. Social Networks, 56, 7080. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.socnet.2018.08.007
Examples
# Load the Sampson (1968) monastery network (3rd time point).
data("sampsonT3")
# Run relocation heuristic for generalized structural balance.
res < rhgsbt(A = sampsonT3, C = 3, TLIMIT = 1)
# See the results.
res