ERGMExtended Range Guided Munition
ERGMExponential Random Graph Model
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0003) DF 4278 BIC -174424 AIC -174507 Note: ERGM estimates of collaboration in valued-network, with a Poisson distribution.
ERGM was conducted as follows: To test H1 on structural tendency of density, "edges" was used as the parameter, measured by the number of ties in the network.
The ERGM has been progressively more frequently used to model social networks in recent years (Robins, Pattison, Kalish, & Lusher, 2007), which suggests possibilities of the use of an ERGM for gathering information regarding online support.
ERGMs are used to establish how a given network differs from a network in which ties have formed at random (see Lusher et al.
The ERGM for counts model that appears in the next section uses a zero-inflated Poisson distribution, which requires that a non-zero term be added to the model.
We note that the choice of binary social relations is dictated by the ERGM methodological framework, which can only presently deal with dichotomous data.
The Navy awarded a contract to the Raytheon Company in 1996 to develop and produce ERGM, and the initial schedule called for the round to enter service in 2004.
Under development by SAIC and Lockheed Martin, the seven-foot long, 155 mm LRLAP will contain 24 pounds of explosives, considerably larger than the seven pounds of explosives in the 5-inch ERGM.
The Navy has spent more than $100 million so far to develop a new 5-inch satellite-guided munition, called ERGM, with a promised range of 63 nautical miles.
The ERGM will be fired by the Navy's new 5-inch, 62-caliber Mod 4 gun, now being installed on Arleigh Burke-class destroyers.
The 5-inch ERGM is fired from a naval gun and the 155 mm Excalibur from a howitzer.