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Evolution of Social Networks Based on Tagging Practices

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4 Author(s)
Kim, Hak-Lae ; National University of Ireland, Galway ; Breslin, John G. ; Chao, Han-Chieh ; Shu, Lei

Websites that provide content creation and sharing features have become quite popular recently. These sites allow users to categorize and browse content using "tags” or free-text keyword topics. Since users contribute and tag social media content across a variety of social web platforms, creating new knowledge from distributed tag data has become a matter of performing various tasks, including publishing, aggregating, integrating, and republishing tag data. In this paper, we introduce an object-centered social network based on tagging practices across different sources, and then we show how this network can be built and emerged over time.

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Services Computing, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:6 ,  Issue: 2 )