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"How Well Do We Know Each Other?" Detecting Tie Strength in Multidimensional Social Networks

L. Pappalardo, G. Rossetti, D. Pedreschi
2012 2012 IEEE/ACM International Conference on Advances in Social Networks Analysis and Mining  
In order to do so, we propose a novel multidimensional definition of tie strength which exploits the existence of multiple online social links between two individuals.  ...  Unfortunately, the majority of social media do not incorporate explicitly tie strength information in the creation and management of relationships, and treat all users the same: friend or stranger, with  ...  CONCLUSION In this work we have introduced a measure of tie strength for multidimensional networks.  ... 
doi:10.1109/asonam.2012.180 dblp:conf/asunam/PappalardoRP12 fatcat:lplya4242vfu7osnsuzw2ntopy

Tie Strength in Online Social Networks and its Applications: A Brief Study [article]

Chandni Saxena, Tanvir Ahmad
2020 arXiv   pre-print
In recent years, research interest on tie strength measures in OSN and its applications to diverse areas have increased, therefore it needs a comprehensive review covering tie strength estimation systematically  ...  Finally, a set of future challenges of the tie strength in online social networks is discussed.  ...  In the recent years, research interest on tie strength measure in online social networks and its applications to various areas has increased.  ... 
arXiv:2002.07608v2 fatcat:2mehz44vhnaovgnrz65o7zodxi

Nexus of Electronic Word-Of-Mouth to Social Networking Sites: A Sustainable Chatter of New Digital Social Media

Md. Hossain, Nusrat Jahan, Yuantao Fang, Saiful Hoque, Md. Hossain
2019 Sustainability  
In particular, reciprocity, tie strength, trust, and interaction service quality significantly and positively influence eWOM communication, demonstrating that social media users engage in online communication  ...  The comprehensive study offers an extended theoretical perspective on eWOM literature for emerging market context and clearly examines the influencing factors of eWOM that remain to be addressed in this  ...  ., tie strength, trust, and shared language) to measure eWOM, and concluded that tie strength has a significant influence on eWOM.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su11030759 fatcat:p32k5mraezhkbi6ja5whvak4ea

Multidimensional Social Network in the Social Recommender System

Przemysław Kazienko, Katarzyna Musial, Tomasz Kajdanowicz
2011 IEEE transactions on systems, man and cybernetics. Part A. Systems and humans  
Additionally, for each layer, a separate strength measure was proposed.  ...  This data can be used to extract different kinds of relationships, which can be grouped into layers, and which are basic components of the multidimensional social network proposed in the paper.  ...  Thus, a tie l ij from user u i to user u j exists in the multidimensional social network, if there exists at least one relation from u i to u j of any kind.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tsmca.2011.2132707 fatcat:kpth6mbrivhubjrblkttxzcb5a

Measuring Real-World Tie Strength with Digital Footprint Data: An Assessment of Convergent Validity

Michael Weiler
2018 International Conference on Information Systems  
Social media networks such as Facebook or other digital data sources on social relations might offer great potential in facilitating the measurement of social capital's relational dimension (i.e., tie  ...  We discuss the implications of this finding, along with recommendations on how researchers nonetheless can utilize digital footprint data fruitfully in studies involving tie strength.  ...  With special thanks to the latter for bringing the stated point of the semantic ontology network to my attention.  ... 
dblp:conf/icis/Weiler18 fatcat:jqtoy5pgsrbo3ahbzgt5ipuoj4

The strength of long-range ties in population-scale social networks

Patrick S. Park, Joshua E. Blumenstock, Michael W. Macy
2018 Science  
However, researchers historically have lacked the population-scale network data needed to verify the predicted weakness.  ...  Long-range connections that span large social networks are widely assumed to be weak, composed of sporadic and emotionally distant relationships.  ...  Data and materials availability: The de-identified edgelists with edge weight, tie range, and geographic distance to construct the eight Twitter networks and related scripts are available at (32) .  ... 
doi:10.1126/science.aau9735 fatcat:cuv2oaxcbvhq3fthvnauqlsasi

The external networking behaviour of public managers - the missing link of weak ties

Morten Balle Hansen, Anders R. Villadsen
2017 Public Management Review  
Utilizing measures resembling previous research, we explore the utility of the approach in an exploratory study of Danish local government.  ...  Our findings suggest that the two dimensions of external networking behaviour are distinct.  ...  Yet, we believe it is an important task for future research to develop and validate measures of tie strength in the external networking behaviour of public managers.  ... 
doi:10.1080/14719037.2017.1299200 fatcat:aj2be2irmbelbjvjxad2e2asdq

Emotions, Demographics and Sociability in Twitter Interactions [article]

Kristina Lerman, Megha Arora, Luciano Gallegos, Ponnurangam Kumaraguru, David Garcia
2016 arXiv   pre-print
This allowed us to measure emotions expressed in the tweets posted from an area, the structure of social connections, and also use that area's socioeconomic characteristics in analysis.  ...  Although a host of socioeconomic and cognitive factors were implicated in the formation of offline social ties, few of them have been empirically validated, particularly in an online setting.  ...  In contrast, low tie strength is associated with a sparse, more diverse network with few interconnections (Fig 2(b) ).  ... 
arXiv:1510.07090v2 fatcat:nmnpetjwvjdw7oqrekmqqgkru4

Egocentric contact networks in comparison: Taiwan and Hungary

Beata Dávid, Eva Huszti, Ildikó Barna, Yang-chih Fu
2016 Social Networks  
We then use this index to analyze tie strength by the types of relationships.  ...  After comparing sample characteristics, network size, and composition, we construct a Strength of Ties (SoT) index based on two objective and two subjective measures of ego-alter ties.  ...  An earlier version of the paper was presented at Sunbelt XXXIII, the Annual Meeting of the International Network for Social Network Analysis, in Hamburg, Germany, 2013. We thank H.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.socnet.2015.10.001 fatcat:ikjdctljyzashll6lxagcvojl4

The Emotional Strength of Weak Ties: Reevaluating Social Support Online

J Wong, M Shoham
2011 2011 44th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences  
After a short expose on tie strength and online social support, we give an example of how this research has operationalized weak ties only in terms of one of Granovetter's four basic components of tie  ...  strength: frequency of interaction.  ...  In fact, Petrozci [31] and colleagues assert that many studies do not report their measurement of tie strength, presumably due to this generalized assumption.  ... 
doi:10.1109/hicss.2011.411 dblp:conf/hicss/WongS11 fatcat:cycomglbanakna4ag4tri62gda

The economic value of social capital

Luminita Postelnicu, Niels Hermes
2018 International Journal of Social Economics  
Using this measurement, we present a numerical application to argue that differing network configurations drive asymmetry of social interactions among individuals. (102 words)  ...  . informal risk insurance arrangements and information advantages arising from personal social networks.  ...  Thus, in reality, the strength of a dyadic tie may not be symmetrical.  ... 
doi:10.1108/ijse-03-2017-0104 fatcat:hecll5gf6rhovays5myeajtlhu

Language, demographics, emotions, and the structure of online social networks

Kristina Lerman, Luciano G. Marin, Megha Arora, Lucas H. Costa de Lima, Emilio Ferrara, David Garcia
2017 Journal of Computational Social Science  
A study, which reconstructed a national-scale social network from the phone records of people living in the UK, found that people living in more prosperous regions formed more diverse social networks,  ...  Social networks affect individuals' economic opportunities and wellbeing.  ...  In contrast, low tie strength is associated with a sparse, more diverse network with few interconnections (Fig. 5b) .  ... 
doi:10.1007/s42001-017-0001-x fatcat:vow5t5coofhojjpiltnyp6nwce

Effect of Novelty and Tie Strength on Sharing Behavior for Firm Generated Content

Heeseung Lee
2019 Americas Conference on Information Systems  
This study is expected to contribute current knowledge in information sharing by focusing on strong tie subscribers whose role has been underestimated compared to weak tie subscribers.  ...  Therefore, this study tackles two research questions about the effect of tie strength on sharing behavior for firm generated content and the moderating role of the novelty on the relationship between tie  ...  Tie Strength Tie refers to the connection of a dyad in a network (Borgatti et al. 2009) .  ... 
dblp:conf/amcis/Lee19 fatcat:fzps7n52gzbrbjint6undmjjzq

The relationship between the entrepreneur's personal network multiplexity and firm growth

Tina Bratkovič Kregar, Boštjan Antončič
2016 Ekonomska Istrazivanja-Economic Research  
The research results confirmed the multidimensionality of the network multiplexity concept and showed that it may influence firm growth.  ...  The purpose of the paper is to develop a consistent measure of the entrepreneurs' personal network multiplexity and to analyse its relationship to firm growth.  ...  Research hypotheses Multiplexity can be defined as a structural characteristic of social networks which measures the degree of tie overlaps (Scott, 1991) .  ... 
doi:10.1080/1331677x.2016.1211947 fatcat:deu4ynpfkje3jn4otwfay6c42y

The multidimensionality of female mandrill sociality—A dynamic multiplex network approach

André S. Pereira, Inês D. Rebelo, Catarina Casanova, Phyllis C. Lee, Vasilis Louca, Elissa Z. Cameron
2020 PLoS ONE  
Here, we use a multidimensional network approach to investigate the multidimensionality of sociality of females in a captive group of mandrills.  ...  These results indicate that female mandrills engage in multidimensional and dynamic relationships, suggesting that in order to represent the full complexity of relationships, networks need to be constructed  ...  Acknowledgments We thank the Badoca Safari Park staff, in particular the zookeeper Ricardo Cid and the veterinaries Alfredo Martín and Nuno Siqueira, for their help in the periods of data collection.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0230942 pmid:32282851 fatcat:ytawabr5wzbzxlafpkh7hmf56e
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