Learning the Strength of the Factors Influencing User Behavior in Online Social Networks

ASONAM, pp. 368-375, 2012.

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Abstract:

As social networking is moving into the web, the study and exploitation of social correlation has emerged as a hot research topic. Most of these work consider binary social relations, called "friendships". However, online users tend to establish many friendships of varying degree of strength, e.g., relatives, friends, co-workers, and acqu...More

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