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Two nodes are considered to be adjacent if there an edge directly between them. A triad is any triple of nodes (actors) (A, B, C). There are sixteen possible kinds of triads in a directed network. A triad (A, B, C) is said to be transitive if A and B are adjacent and B and C are adjacent. there is a link (tie) from A to B (AB) and a link from B to C (BC), then there is also a link from A to C (AC).