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P1 model network. URGENT!!!

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I need help understanding how to estimate the p1 model in a network graph, I am having trouble understanding the parameters involved and how some of them are obtained.  Psuedo code in matlab on how to program it would be helpful.  I understand that most of how it works but cannot figure out how rho, alpha, beta and theta are obtained.  I would really appreciate some guidance on this matter
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Jose Parrot earned 500 total points
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You may want take a look at the Statistical Approaches to Networks p1 and p*

It describes P1 network quite well.
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Thank you for the response and the helpful solution, it was not exactly what I was looking for but it was very useful.  sorry for the late allocation, I thought I had responded already
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