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Social Network Analytics

  • ID: 4593671
  • Book
  • November 2018
  • Region: Global
  • 267 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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Social Network Analytics: Computational Research Methods and Techniques focuses on various technical concepts and aspects of social network analysis. The book features the latest developments and findings in this emerging area of research. In addition, it includes a variety of applications from several domains, such as scientific research, and the business and industrial sectors. The technical aspects of analysis are covered in detail, including visualizing and modeling, network theory, mathematical models, the big data analytics of social networks, multidimensional scaling, and more.

As analyzing social network data is rapidly gaining interest in the scientific research community because of the importance of the information and insights that can be culled from the wealth of data inherent in the various aspects of the network, this book provides insights on measuring the relationships and flows between people, groups, organizations, computers, URLs, and more.

  • Examines a variety of data analytic techniques that can be applied to social networks
  • Discusses various methods of visualizing, modeling and tracking network patterns, organization, growth and change
  • Covers the most recent research on social network analysis and includes applications to a number of domains

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1. Classification and Analysis of Facebook Metrics Dataset using Supervised Classifiers 2. An Overview on Social Networking: Design, Issues, Emerging Trends and Security 3. The emergence of stable and glassy states in dynamics of social networks 4. De-Anonymization Techniques for Social Networks 5. An Analysis of Demographic and Behaviour Trends using Social Media: Facebook, Twitter and Instagram 6. Social Network Influence on Mode Choice and Carpooling during Special Events: The Case of Purdue Game Day 7. Sentiment Analysis on a set of Movie Reviews using Deep Learning techniques 8. Sentiment Analysis for Airlines service based on twitter dataset 9. Multilateral Interactions and Isolation in Middlemen driven Network Games 10. The Interplay of Identity and Social Network: A Methodological and Empirical study 11. Social Networks and Their Uses in the Field Of Secondary Education 12. NGOs communication and youth engagement in the digital ecosystem

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Dey, Nilanjan
Nilanjan Dey is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Information Technology at Techno India College of Technology, Kolkata, India. He is a visiting fellow of the University of Reading, UK, and is also a Visiting Professor at Wenzhou Medical University, China and Duy Tan University, Vietnam. He was an honorary Visiting Scientist at Global Biomedical Technologies Inc., CA, USA (2012-2015). He was awarded his PhD. from Jadavpur University in 2015.??
Dr. Dey has authored/edited more than 45 books with Elsevier, Wiley, CRC Press, and Springer, and published more than 300 papers. He is the Editor-in-Chief of International Journal of Ambient Computing and Intelligence, IGI Global, Associated Editor of?IEEE Access and International Journal of Information Technology published by Springer. He is the Series Co-Editor of Springer Tracts in Nature-Inspired Computing, Springer Nature, Series Co-Editor of Advances in Ubiquitous Sensing Applications for Healthcare, Elsevier, Series Editor of Computational Intelligence in Engineering Problem Solving and Intelligent Signal processing and data analysis, CRC.??
His main research interests include medical imaging, machine learning, computer-aided diagnosis and data mining. He is the Indian Ambassador of International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP) - Young ICT Group and has recently been awarded as one among the top 10 most published academics in the field of Computer Science in India (2015-17).
Borah, Samarjeet
Samarjeet Borah is an Associate Professor in the Department of Computer Applications, Sikkim Manipal University, India. His areas of interest include data mining, bioinformatics, intrusion detection and natural language processing. Dr. Borah has published 27 research papers in various national/international journals and 30 research papers in national/international conferences.
Babo, Rosalina
Rosalina Babo is the head of the Information Systems Department and ISCAP/IPP and has been a member of the university scientific board for more than 12 years. She was one of the founders (2006) of the CEISE/STI research center and was its director through 2011. Her main areas of research are e-learning, usability, e-commerce and social networks.
Ashour, Amira S.
Amira S. Ashour is currently an Assistant Professor and Head of Electronics and Electrical Communications Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Tanta University, Egypt. She was the Chair of Computer Engineering Department- female section, Computers and Information Technology (CIT) College, Taif University, KSA for one year from 2015. She was the Chair of Computer Science Department - female section, CIT College, Taif University, KSA for 5 years. She has authored/edited more than 20 books with Elsevier, and Springer, and published more than 150 papers in repute journals.
Ashour is a Series Co-Editor of Advances in Ubiquitous Sensing Applications for Healthcare, Elsevier. She is an Editor-in-Chief for the International Journal of Synthetic Emotions (IJSE), IGI Global, US. She is an Associate Editor and reviewer in several journals. Her research interests include Biomedical Engineering, Computer- aided diagnosis systems, Image processing, Medical imaging, Machine learning, Optimization, Neutrosophic theory, Smart antenna, Direction of arrival estimation, and Targets tracking.
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