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Using social data as context for making recommendations

Salma Noor, Kirk Martinez
2009 Proceedings of the 1st Workshop on Context, Information and Ontologies - CIAO '09  
The proposed system gathers information about users from their social web identities and enriches it with ontological knowledge.  ...  This work bridges the gap between the user and system searches by analyzing the virtual existence of a user and making interesting recommendations accordingly.  ...  Identifying a User's Profiles across Social etworks The first task is to identify a user across several social networks and hence integrate the user's profiles which are scattered across the web.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1552262.1552269 fatcat:oe4hdaaqprc4nlbocbwyeadjdy

Analyzing user behavior across social sharing environments

Pasquale de Meo, Emilio Ferrara, Fabian Abel, Lora Aroyo, Geert-Jan Houben
2013 ACM Transactions on Intelligent Systems and Technology  
social and tagging behavior of the users.  ...  In this work we present an in-depth analysis of the user behaviors on different Social Sharing systems.  ...  In this section, we discuss related literature from three main perspectives: (i) the analysis of user data that is distributed across Social Web systems, (ii) the problem of identifying users on the Social  ... 
doi:10.1145/2535526 fatcat:p2t4727xzrgoxmae5e74m5tgo4

Why Do Folksonomies Need Semantic Web Technologies?

Hak Lae Kim, Jaehwa Choi
2010 Americas Conference on Information Systems  
This paper is to investigate some general features of social tagging and folksonomies along with their advantages and disadvantages, and to present an overview of a tag ontology that can be used to represent  ...  However, in order to represent tagging data at semantic level existing tag ontologies need to be interlinked, since individual tag ontology cannot represent overall features of tagging activities.  ...  This can be defined as a social, shared categorisation system influenced and consumed by or across users, reflecting varied perspectives in a collaborative and decentralised way (Golder and Huberman,  ... 
dblp:conf/amcis/KimC10 fatcat:6ngl6xprd5gtfeftyfjwtszdxi

Representing and sharing folksonomies with semantics

Hak-Lae Kim, Stefan Decker, John G. Breslin
2009 Journal of information science  
Since users contribute and tag social media content across a variety of social web platforms, creating new knowledge from distributed tag data has become a matter of performing various tasks, including  ...  These sites allow users to categorize and browse content using 'tags' or free-text keyword topics.  ...  In this context, a tag that is the result of user participation can be viewed as a social object, making it possible to mediate and interlink users across heterogeneous tagging platforms.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0165551509346785 fatcat:a4frrambq5epzlj62sndsbru2y

Understanding Why Users Tag: A Survey of Tagging Motivation Literature and Results From an Empirical Study

Markus Strohmaier, Christian KKrner, Roman Kern
2012 Social Science Research Network  
To what extent does tagging motivation vary across different social tagging systems? and 3.) How does variability in user motivation influence resulting tags and folksonomies?  ...  Our results show that a) users' motivation for tagging varies not only across, but also within tagging systems, and that b) tag agreement among users who are motivated by categorizing resources is significantly  ...  Based on a large sample of users, our results show that 1) tagging motivation of individuals not only varies across but also significantly within social tagging systems, and 2) that users' motivation for  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.3198988 fatcat:e3uhmwfgrrb7lcelak4yhtkxbm

Understanding why users tag: A survey of tagging motivation literature and results from an empirical study

Markus Strohmaier, Christian Körner, Roman Kern
2012 Journal of Web Semantics  
To what extent does tagging motivation vary across different social tagging systems? and 3.) How does variability in user motivation influence resulting tags and folksonomies?  ...  Our results show that a) users' motivation for tagging varies not only across, but also within tagging systems, and that b) tag agreement among users who are motivated by categorizing resources is significantly  ...  Based on a large sample of users, our results show that 1) tagging motivation of individuals not only varies across but also significantly within social tagging systems, and 2) that users' motivation for  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.websem.2012.09.003 pmid:23471473 pmcid:PMC3587461 fatcat:34a5fnnk2zdnflic4z4sqmkrkq

Information Sharing and Patterns of Social Interaction in an Enterprise Social Bookmarking Service

Ying Xin Pan, David R. Millen
2008 Proceedings of the 41st Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS 2008)  
We present new quantitative data on how a corporate social bookmarking system was used, through in-depth analysis of the bookmark and tag data.  ...  While there has been considerable interest in social bookmarking and collaborative tagging systems in recent years, very little is known about their actual usage.  ...  Proceedings of the 41st Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences -2008  ... 
doi:10.1109/hicss.2008.202 dblp:conf/hicss/PanM08 fatcat:3xg6gjtodfbyzfgl2imkrkla5y

Timeline interactive multimedia experience (time)

Jeff Crow, Eryn Whitworth, Ame Wongsa, Luis Francisco-Revilla, Swati Pendyala
2010 Proceedings of the 10th annual joint conference on Digital libraries - JCDL '10  
The Timeline Interactive Multimedia Experience (TIME) system aggregates information posted to multiple social networks and presents the flow of information in a multi-touch timeline interface.  ...  Attending a complex scheduled social event, such as a multi-day music festival, requires a significant amount of planning before and during its progression.  ...  Data collected by our system will be studied to judge how well tags identify concepts across multiple types of media from many different sources.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1816123.1816153 dblp:conf/jcdl/CrowWWFP10 fatcat:afvq6pwspndbdjbsxmqaoe3y54

Studying Social Tagging and Folksonomy: A Review and Framework

Jennifer Trant
2009 Journal of Digital Information  
the nature of social tagging systems (as socio-technical frameworks).  ...  This paper provides a framework for the study of folksonomy, tagging and social tagging systems.  ...  or social tagging systems.  ... 
dblp:journals/jodi/Trant09 fatcat:gazr7y2s25flxcnojo6jwh6bl4

Mining Semantic Data, User Generated Contents, and Contextual Information for Cross-Domain Recommendation [chapter]

Ignacio Fernández-Tobías
2013 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Cross-domain recommender systems suggest items in a target domain by exploiting user preferences and/or domain knowledge available in a source domain.  ...  purpose, we investigate a number of approaches to extract, process, and integrate knowledge for linking distinct domains, and various models that exploit such knowledge for making effective recommendations across  ...  A system able to somehow find related tags across folksonomies could establish similarities between social tag-based user and item profiles in source and target domains.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-38844-6_42 fatcat:qldfechwmrh5zctkaeq5n2jrjq

Social semantic cloud of tags: semantic model for folksonomies

Hak-Lae Kim, John Breslin, Hong-Gee Kim, Jae-Hwa Choi
2010 Knowledge Management Research & Practice  
These systems on current social websites, however, have deficiencies in defining tag's meaning, and are often blocked to users in order to reuse, share, and exchange the tags across heterogeneous websites  ...  A growing number of tagging applications have begun to provide users the ability to socialise their own keywords.  ...  The semantically enriched tag data can be reused or exchanged across services or users.  ... 
doi:10.1057/kmrp.2010.10 fatcat:j454npmk5vaelg4s36s6srtuiy

Faceless Person Recognition; Privacy Implications in Social Media [article]

Seong Joon Oh, Rodrigo Benenson, Mario Fritz, Bernt Schiele
2016 arXiv   pre-print
We propose a robust person recognition system that can handle large variations in pose and clothing, and can be trained with few training samples.  ...  This works contributes to the understanding of privacy implications of such data sharing by analysing how well people are recognisable in social media data.  ...  A "tag" is an association between a given head and a unique identifier linked to a specific identity (social media user profile). Goal.  ... 
arXiv:1607.08438v1 fatcat:huvgoy27qjhztlr7hcvegydej4

Evaluating tagging behavior in social bookmarking systems

Umer Farooq, Thomas G. Kannampallil, Yang Song, Craig H. Ganoe, John M. Carroll, Lee Giles
2007 Proceedings of the 2007 international ACM conference on Conference on supporting group work - GROUP '07  
We propose six tag metrics-tag growth, tag reuse, tag non-obviousness, tag discrimination, tag frequency, and tag patterns-to understand the characteristics of a social bookmarking system.  ...  In this paper, we analyze over two years of data from CiteULike, a social bookmarking system for tagging academic papers.  ...  In the CiteULike data, we identified users as new when they applied a tag for the first time. We categorized the number of new users across time (per month).  ... 
doi:10.1145/1316624.1316677 dblp:conf/group/FarooqKSGCG07 fatcat:omu44xizwjh5jejs4h2zptmcjq

Trail Patterns in Social Tagging Systems: Role of Tags as Digital Pheromones [chapter]

Thomas George Kannampallil, Wai-Tat Fu
2009 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The popularity of social information systems has been driven by their ability to help users manage, organize and share online resources.  ...  The implications of these patterns for the design and management of social tagging systems is discussed.  ...  or strengthening across all users.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-02812-0_20 fatcat:ssqxbvcj55gavg26tt4yacfhsa

Can Social Tagging Assist Information Literacy Practices in Academic Libraries? [chapter]

Munirah Abdulhadi, Paul Clough, Barbara Sen
2013 Communications in Computer and Information Science  
Functions of Social Tagging systems Identify Able to identify a personal need for information. Scope Can assess current knowledge and identify gaps.  ...  Social Tagging SystemsSocial Tagging allows users to describe information resources by freely assigning keywords or 'tags' to them [4] . • A collection of tags can be employed through various functions  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-03919-0_54 fatcat:53mfdmuyonbx7ecn53ojzus5fa
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