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IAT
2008
IEEE
11 years 19 days ago
Adapting to Changing Resource Requirements for Coalition Formation in Self-Organized Social Networks
Coalition formation in social networks, consisting of a graph of interdependent agents, allows many choices of which task to select and with whom to partner in the social network....
Levi Barton, Vicki H. Allan
ICDM
2008
IEEE
127views Data Mining» more  ICDM 2008»
11 years 18 days ago
The Impact of Structural Changes on Predictions of Diffusion in Networks
In a typical realistic scenario, there exist some past data about the structure of the network which are analyzed with respect to some possibly future spreading process, such as b...
Mayank Lahiri, Arun S. Maiya, Rajmonda Sulo, Habib...
ADVCS
2011
251views Database» more  ADVCS 2011»
9 years 6 months ago
Emergent Social Learning Networks in Organizations with Heterogeneous Agents
Two distinct learning mechanisms are considered for a population of agents who engage in decentralized search for the common optimum. An agent may choose to learn via innovation (...
Myong-Hun Chang
DASFAA
2011
IEEE
341views Database» more  DASFAA 2011»
10 years 3 months ago
Utility-Oriented K-Anonymization on Social Networks
\Identity disclosure" problem on publishing social network data has gained intensive focus from academia. Existing k-anonymization algorithms on social network may result in n...
Yazhe WANG, Long XIE, Baihua ZHENG, and Ken C. K. ...
TVCG
2012
169views Hardware» more  TVCG 2012»
8 years 8 months ago
Visual Reasoning about Social Networks Using Centrality Sensitivity
—In this paper, we study the sensitivity of centrality metrics as a key metric of social networks to support visual reasoning. As centrality represents the prestige or importance...
Carlos D. Correa, Tarik Crnovrsanin, Kwan-Liu Ma
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