New Journal: Social Network Analysis and Mining (by Springer)
Date: Sat, 7 Aug 2010 07:57:50 -0700 (PDT)
Social Network Analysis and Mining (by Springer)
SNAM include: (1) data mining advances on the discovery and analysis of communities, personalization for solitary activities (like search) and social activities (like discovery of potential friends), the analysis of user behavior in open forums (like conventional sites, blogs and forums) and in commercial platforms (like e-auctions), and the associated security and privacy-preservation challenges; (2) social network modeling, construction of scalable, customizable social network infrastructure, identification and discovery of dynamics, growth, and evolution patterns using machine learning approaches or multi-agent based simulation. Papers should elaborate on data mining or related methods, issues associated to data preparation and pattern interpretation, both for conventional data (usage logs, query logs, document collections) and for multimedia data (pictures and their annotations, multi-channel usage data).
Topics include but are not limited to: Web community Personalization for search and for social interaction Recommendations for product purchase information acquisition and establishment of social relations Recommendation networks Data protection inside communities Misbehaviour detection in communities Preparing data for web mining Pattern presentation for end-users and experts Evolution of communities in the Web Community discovery in large-scale social networks Dynamics and evolution patterns of social networks, trend prediction Contextual social network analysis Temporal analysis on social networks topologies Search algorithms on social networks Multi-agent based social network modeling and analysis Large-scale graph algorithms Applications of social network analysis Anomaly detection in social network evolution
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Nasrullah Memon The Maersk Mc-Kinney Moller Institute University of Southern Denmark Campusvej 55 5230 Odense M Denmark Reda Alhajj Dept of Computer Science University of Calgary Calgary , Alberta T2N 1N4 Canada
Xingquan (Hill) Zhu Centre for Quantum Computation and Intelligent Systems University of Technology Sydney Australia Mohammed Zaki Dept. of Computer Science Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute USA Jennifer Xu Dept. of Computer Information Systems Bentley University USA Fatos Xhafa Dept. of Languages & Informatics Systems Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya Spain Xindong Wu Dept. of Computer Science University of Vermont USA Alvin Wolfe Dept. of Anthropology University of South Florida USA Uffe Kock Wiil The Maersk-McKinney Moller Institute University of Southern Denmark Denmark Joseph M. Whitmeyer Dept. of Sociology University of North Carolina at Charlotte USA Barry Wellman NETLAB Dept. of Sociology University of Toronto Canada Junzo Watada Graduate School of Information, Production & Systems Waseda University Japan I-HsienTing Dept. of Information Management National University of Kaohsiung Taiwan Ilan Talmud Dept. of Sociology and Anthropology University of Haifa Israel William B. Stevenson Organisation Studies Dept. Boston College USA Jaideep Srivastava University of Minnesota USA John Scott Social Sciences and Business University of Plymouth UK Gerald Schaefer Department of Computer Science Loughborough University UK Jon Rokne Dept. of Computer Science University of Calgary Canada Christopher J Rhodes Institute for Mathematical Sciences Imperial College UK James F. Peters Electrical and Computer Engineering University of Manitoba Canada Philippa Pattison Psychological Sciences University of Melbourne Australia Tansel Özyer Dept. of Computer Engineering TOBB University of Economics and Technology Turkey Yutaka Matsuo Dept. for Technology Management University of Tokyo Japan Zongmin Ma College of Information Science and Engineering Northeastern University China Shou-De Lin Dept. of Computer Science and Information Engineering National Taiwan University Taiwan Ee-Peng Lim School of Information Systems Singapore Management University Singapore Juergen Lerner Fachbereich Informatik und Informationswissenschaft University of Konstanz Germany Kim Skak Larsen Department of Mathematics and Computer Science University of Southern Denmark, Odense Denmark David Knoke Department of Sociology University of Minnesota, Minneapolis USA Ralf Klamma Informatik 5 RWTH Aachen University, Aachen Germany Taghi M. Khoshgoftaar Dept. of Computer and Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton USA Siddharth Kaza Department of Computer and Information Sciences Towson University, Towson USA George Karypis Department of Computer Science and Engineering University of Minnesota, Minneapolis USA Panagiotis Karampelas Information Technology Hellenic American University, Athens Greece Robert Hanneman Department of Sociology University of California, Riverside USA Uwe Glaesser School of Computing Science Simon Fraser University, British Columbia Canada Mark Goldberg Computer Science Department Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, New York USA Linton C. Freeman Department of Sociology and Institute for Mathematical Behavioral Sciences School of Social Sciences University of California, Irvine USA Artur Dubrawski Robotics Institute Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh USA Sumeet Dua Department of Computer Science Louisiana Tech University, Ruston USA Ying Ding School of Library and Information Science Indiana University, Bloomington USA William Cohen Machine Learning Department School of Computer Science Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh USA Kathleen M. Carley Institute for Software Research School of Computer Science Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh USA Peter J. Carrington Department of Sociology University of Waterloo, Ontario Canada Dan Braha New England Complex Systems Institute University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth USA Vladimir Batagelj Fakulteta za matematiko in fiziko University of Ljubljana Slovenia George Barnett Communication University of California at Davis USA Antonio E. Badia Computer Engineering and Computer Science Department University of Louisville, Kentucky USA Ajith Abraham Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim NorwayReceived on Sat Aug 07 2010 - 16:57:50 CEST