Presentations and Authors


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Full Papers

Does Showing Off Help to Make Friends? Experimenting a Sociological Game on Self-Exhibition and Social Networks PDF
Christophe Aguiton, Dominique Cardon, Aymeric Castelain, Pierre Fremaux, Hélène Girard, Fabien Granjon, Charles Nepote, Zbigniew Smoreda, Dilara Trupia, Cezary Ziemlicki
Content Based Recommendation and Summarization in the Blogosphere PDF
Ahmed Hassan, Dragomir Radev, Junghoo Cho, Amruta Joshi
A Categorical Model for Discovering Latent Structure in Social Annotations PDF
Said Kashoob, James Caverlee, Ying Ding

Poster Papers

Information Extraction as Link Prediction: Using Curated Citation Networks to Improve Gene Detection PDF
Andrew Arnold, William W. Cohen
From Episodes to Sagas: Understanding the News by Identifying Temporally Related Story Sequences PDF
Ramnath Balasubramanyan, Frank Lin, William W. Cohen, Matthew Hurst, Noah A. Smith,
The Distribution of Online Reputation: Audience and Influence of Musicians on MySpace PDF
Jean-Samuel Beuscart, Thomas Couronné
Self-Presentation of Personality During Online Profile Creation PDF
Scott Counts, Kristin Stecher
Characterizing the Portuguese Blogosphere PDF
Telmo Couto, Cristina Ribeiro, Sérgio Nunes
Characterization of FriendFeed — A Web-based Social Aggregation Service PDF
Trinabh Gupta, Sanchit Garg, Anirban Mahanti, Niklas Carlsson, Martin Arlitt
Analyzing and Predicting Community Preference of Socially Generated Metadata: A Case Study on Comments in the Digg Community PDF
Elham Khabiri, Chiao-Fang Hsu, James Caverlee
Salsa: Leveraging Email to Create a Social Network for the Enterprise PDF
Kristin Brooke Stecher, Scott Counts, Lili Cheng, Shane Williams, Andrzej Turski
Regression-Based Summarization of Email Conversations PDF
Jan Ulrich, Giuseppe Carenini, Gabriel Murray, Raymond Ng
A Comparative Analysis of Trust-Enhanced Recommenders for Controversial Items PDF
Patricia Victor, Chris Cornelis, Martine De Cock, Ankur M. Teredesai