Estimating clustering coefficients and size of social networks via random walk

WWW, pp. 539-550, 2013.

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Online social networks have become a major force in today's society and economy. The largest of today's social networks may have hundreds of millions to more than a billion users. Such networks are too large to be downloaded or stored locally, even if terms of use and privacy policies were to permit doing so. This limitation complicates e...More

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