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Mining User Profiles to Support Structure and Explanation in Open Social Networking

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Mining User Profiles to Support Structure and Explanation in Open Social Networking
The proliferation of media sharing and social networking websites has brought with it vast collections of site-specific user generated content. The result is a Social Networking Divide in which the concepts and structure common across different sites are hidden. The knowledge and structures from one social site are not adequately exploited to provide new information and resources to the same or different users in comparable social sites. For music bloggers, this latent structure, forces bloggers to select sub-optimal blogrolls. However, by integrating the social activities of music bloggers and listeners, we are able to overcome this limitation: improving the quality of the blogroll neighborhoods, in terms of similarity, by 85 percent when using tracks and by 120 percent when integrating tags from another site. Key words: Open Social Networking, Cross Domain Discovery
Avare Stewart, Ernesto Diaz-Aviles, Wolfgang Nejdl
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Type Journal
Year 2008
Where CORR
Authors Avare Stewart, Ernesto Diaz-Aviles, Wolfgang Nejdl
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