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Experimenting with ontology distances in semantic social networks: Methodological remarks

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3 Author(s)
David, J. ; INRIA & LIG, Montbonnot, France ; Euzenat, J. ; Jung, J.J.

Semantic social networks are social networks using ontologies for characterising resources shared within the network. It has been postulated that, in such networks, it is possible to discover social affinities between network members through measuring the similarity between the ontologies or part of ontologies they use. Using similar ontologies should reflect the cognitive disposition of the subjects. The main concern of this paper is the methodological aspect of experimenting in order to validate or invalidate such an hypothesis. Indeed, given the current lack of broad semantic social networks, it is difficult to rely on available data and experiments have to be designed from scratch. For that purpose, we first consider experimental settings that could be used and raise practical and methodological issues faced with analysing their results. We then describe a full experiments carried out according to some identified modalities and report the obtained results. The results obtained seem to invalidate the proposed hypothesis. We discuss why this may be so.

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Systems, Man, and Cybernetics (SMC), 2012 IEEE International Conference on

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14-17 Oct. 2012

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