Beating Social Pulse: Understanding Information Propagation via Online Social Tagging Systems

Title
Beating Social Pulse: Understanding Information Propagation via Online Social Tagging Systems
Author(s)
팜하우슈엔[팜하우슈엔]정재은황도삼
Keywords
NETWORKS; SERVICES
Issue Date
201206
Publisher
GRAZ UNIV TECHNOLGOY, INST INFORMATION SYSTEMS COMPUTER MEDIA-IICM
Citation
JOURNAL OF UNIVERSAL COMPUTER SCIENCE, v.18, no.8, pp.1022 - 1031
Abstract
Social media (e.g., Twitter and FaceBook) have been one of the most popular online communication channels to share information among users. It means the users can give (and have) cognitive influences to (and from) the others. Thus, it is important for many online collaborative applications to understand how the information can be propagated via such social media. In this paper, we focus on a social tagging system where users can easily exchange resources as well as their tags with other users. Given a certain tag from a temporal folksonomy, the social pulse can be established by counting the number of users (or resources). Particularly, we can discover meaningful relationship between tags by computing inducibility. To conduct experimentation, a tag search system has been implemented to collect a dataset from Flickr.
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/YU.REPOSITORY/28022
ISSN
0948-695X
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