Class Meeting for 10-802 01/26/2010

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This is one of the class meetings on the schedule for the course Social Media Analysis 10-802 in Spring 2010.



Optional Readings

In preparing the lecture, I also found this survey article useful - it covers the math in a little more depth.

Papers you might present

  • Girvan, M, and M Newman. Community structure in social and biological networks — PNAS.
  • Bax, I., and J. Moldvay. Data-Driven Ontologies for Recommender Engines in Social Networks.
  • Caverlee, J., and S. Webb. 2008. A large-scale study of MySpace: Observations and implications for online social networks. Proc. of ICWSM 8.
  • Evans, D. C, S. D Gosling, and A. Carroll. 2008. What Elements of an Online Social Networking Profile Predict Target-Rater Agreement in Personality Impressions? In Proceedings of the International Conference on Weblogs and Social Media.
  • Gill, Alastair J, Scott Nowson, and Jon Oberlander. What Are They Blogging About? Personality, Topic and Motivation in Blogs. In ICWSM 2009. to appear.
  • Gleiser, P. M. 2007. How to become a superhero. Journal of Statistical Mechanics: Theory and Experiment 2007: P09020.
  • Hogg, T., and K. Lerman. 2009. Stochastic Models of User-Contributory Web Sites. In Arxiv preprint arXiv:0904.0016.
  • Hogg, T., and Szabo, G. [0803.3482] Diversity of Online Community Activities.
  • Kunegis, J., A. Lommatzsch, and C. Bauckhage. 2009. The Slashdot Zoo: Mining a social network with negative edges. In Proceedings of the 18th international conference on World wide web, 741–750.
  • Newman, Mark. Modularity and community structure in networks — PNAS.