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Mining social ties beyond homophily

Hongwei Liang, Ke Wang, Feida Zhu
2016 2016 IEEE 32nd International Conference on Data Engineering (ICDE)  
We formalize this problem as mining top-k group relationships (GRs), which captures strong social ties between groups of actors.  ...  While existing works focus on patterns that follow from the well known homophily principle, we are interested in social ties that do not follow from homophily, thus, provide new insights.  ...  . • We propose a novel ranking metric called nonhomophily preference (Section III-B) to identify strong social ties beyond the homophily principle; we define the problem of mining top-k GRs (Section III-C  ... 
doi:10.1109/icde.2016.7498259 dblp:conf/icde/LiangWZ16 fatcat:grehxsneqnhffanvj2qowkf7aa

Exploring homophily in demographics and academic performance using spatial-temporal student networks

Quan Nguyen, Oleksandra Poquet, Christopher Brooks, Warren Li
2020 Educational Data Mining  
However, a large part of students' social connections through day-to-day oncampus encounters has remained underexplored.  ...  Analysis of homophily over the semester showed that students of the same gender were more likely to co-locate as the semester progressed.  ...  ties.  ... 
dblp:conf/edm/NguyenPBL20 fatcat:q3g32ryzhbagzad53mdri4t2ha

Examining Likeness Among Secondary Agriculture Youth

2021 Journal of Agricultural Education  
Likeness, also known as homophily, describes the tendency for individuals to seek out others who are socially similar to themselves.  ...  a society, we are attracted to "like" behaviors, but subconsciously the value placed on likeness can lead to undesirable outcomes including segregation, reduced diversity in peer groups, and narrower social  ...  Homophily behavior can also arise beyond the scope of aforementioned relationships to include geographical proximity, familial ties, organizational foci, isomorphic sources, cognitive processes, and selective  ... 
doi:10.5032/jae.2021.0266 fatcat:46sqjw5ucjfbjogriik6g4fiju

Empirical Models of Social Learning in a Large, Evolving Network

Ayşe Başar Bener, Bora Çağlayan, Adam Douglas Henry, Paweł Prałat, Lidia Adriana Braunstein
2016 PLoS ONE  
existing network ties (social influence).  ...  ties with.  ...  Choice homophily in particular may also influence choices about the termination of social ties, or avoidance of certain relationships altogether.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0160307 pmid:27701430 pmcid:PMC5049794 fatcat:2x6si6icdnftroovpcgh454dgy

Simmelian backbones

Bobo Nick, Conrad Lee, Pádraig Cunningham, Ulrik Brandes
2013 Proceedings of the 2013 IEEE/ACM International Conference on Advances in Social Networks Analysis and Mining - ASONAM '13  
Empirical social networks are often aggregate proxies for several heterogeneous relations.  ...  We introduce a method to identify the essential relationships in networks representing social interactions.  ...  The processes that drive the formation of social networks, however, go beyond the level of dyadic variables.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2492517.2492569 dblp:conf/asunam/NickLCB13 fatcat:l5fb2wylcjf5vhlnq6cayyenrm

Network Science, Homophily and Who Reviews Who in the Linux Kernel? [article]

José Apolinário Teixeira and Ville Leppänen and Sami Hyrynsalmi
2021 arXiv   pre-print
Such results mirror the documented norms, beliefs, values, processes, policies, and social hierarchies that characterize the Linux kernel development.  ...  We found a relatively strong homophily tendency for maintainers to review other maintainers, but a comparable tendency is surprisingly absent regarding developers' organizational affiliation.  ...  The principle of homophily suggests that actors tend to establish ties with similar others.  ... 
arXiv:2106.09329v1 fatcat:rmjswoncxfcgbiwabznmowh3jy

Human mobility, social ties, and link prediction

Dashun Wang, Dino Pedreschi, Chaoming Song, Fosca Giannotti, Albert-Laszlo Barabasi
2011 Proceedings of the 17th ACM SIGKDD international conference on Knowledge discovery and data mining - KDD '11  
We believe our findings on the interplay of mobility patterns and social ties offer new perspectives on not only link prediction but also network dynamics.  ...  We find that the similarity between two individuals' movements strongly correlates with their proximity in the social network.  ...  These findings uncover how the social network, made of numerous explicit who-calls-whom ties, is embedded into an underlying mobility network, made with the implicit ties dictated by the mobile homophily  ... 
doi:10.1145/2020408.2020581 dblp:conf/kdd/WangPSGB11 fatcat:wsln4i7vsvendorqzsnstgvnue

The weakness of weak ties for novel information diffusion

Jennifer M. Larson
2017 Applied Network Science  
I present the results of simulated information diffusion on both hypothetical networks generated to possess varying levels of density and homophily, as well as on real social networks in two Ugandan villages  ...  Weak ties are thought to facilitate the diffusion of information through social networks because of their tendency to span otherwise distant subgroups.  ...  On the other hand, in an environment of very busy people who are engaged in tasks that keep them away from their social contacts for long stretches-people who farm or mine for long stretches at a time,  ... 
doi:10.1007/s41109-017-0034-3 pmid:30443569 pmcid:PMC6214243 fatcat:35iz4n3hufcb3kyg43p2cgg6xi

The Ambivalence of Cultural Homophily: Field Positions, Semantic Similarities, and Social Network Ties in Creative Collectives [article]

Nikita Basov (Centre for German and European Studies, St. Petersburg State University)
2019 arXiv   pre-print
Drawing on these emergent similarities, the cultural homophily mechanism might stimulate social network ties between members who occupy not the same but different field positions, thus contesting fields  ...  ties.  ...  Conclusion Owing to the cultural homophily mechanism, cultural similarity stimulates social network ties between individuals.  ... 
arXiv:1902.06597v2 fatcat:rs7qfdyoyze5lj7cjbtauaknxy

Social Networking by Proxy: A Case Study of Catster, Dogster and Hamsterster [article]

Daniel Dünker, Jérôme Kunegis
2015 arXiv   pre-print
In order to do so, we introduce the concept of multi-profile social network, extend a previously defined spectral test of diagonality to multi-profile networks, define two new homophily measures for multi-profile  ...  multi-profile networks allow us to investigate two questions: (1) What is the relationship between the pet-level and human-level network, and (2) what is the relationship between friendship links and family ties  ...  HOMOPHILY IN PET NETWORKS The term homophily refers to the tendency of people connected through social ties to be similar to each other.  ... 
arXiv:1501.04527v2 fatcat:ucseco5d7nhxbc736s4o4hu3sa

A Theory-Driven Design Framework for Social Recommender Systems

Ofer Arazy, Nanda Kumar, Bracha Shapira
2010 Journal of the AIS  
To date, results show that incorporating social relationship data -beyond consumption profile similarity -is beneficial only in a very limited set of cases.  ...  Ofer Arazy Social recommender systems utilize data regarding users' social relationships in filtering relevant information to users.  ...  This research was funded in part by the Canadian Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) and by PSC-CUNY.  ... 
doi:10.17705/1jais.00237 fatcat:pklj2rtkincvxbul6ecoadnhiq

Sampling migrants from their social networks: The demography and social organization of Chinese migrants in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

M. Giovanna Merli, Ashton Verdery, Ted Mouw, Jing Li
2016 Migration Studies  
ties linking them.  ...  ties of members of this sample.  ...  ties.  ... 
doi:10.1093/migration/mnw004 pmid:27746912 pmcid:PMC5061575 fatcat:tl4yvflcxzaqra5uml7uud4zfe

Point-of-Interest Based Classification of Similar Users by Using Support Vector Machine and Status Homophily

K. Mohan Kumar, B. Srinivasan
2019 International Journal of Machine Learning and Computing  
Online social networks (OSN) are becoming an indispensable part of everyday life.  ...  These new dimensions changed the traditional OSN into location-based social networks (LBSN).  ...  Optimizing the given input, by using a supportive algorithm or any normalized or scaling method, and applying classification for effective social media mining is beyond the scope of this work.  ... 
doi:10.18178/ijmlc.2019.9.5.848 fatcat:t36gevwvjjfqhfmsjowdingrhi

Mining Social Media: A Brief Introduction [chapter]

Pritam Gundecha, Huan Liu
2012 2012 TutORials in Operations Research  
This tutorial reviews the basics of data mining and social media, introduces representative research problems of mining social media, illustrates the application of data mining to social media using examples  ...  Mining social media has its potential to extract actionable patterns that can be beneficial for business, users, and consumers.  ...  It is important to know whether the underlying social network is influence driven or homophily driven.  ... 
doi:10.1287/educ.1120.0105 fatcat:isni3ylvsrgcxkgnvtgr3v5bcu

Facilitating the Czech Coal Phase-Out: What Drives Inter-Organizational Collaboration?

Petr Ocelík, Tomáš Diviák, Lukáš Lehotský, Kamila Svobodová, Markéta Hendrychová
2022 Society & Natural Resources  
Belief homophily does not predict collaboration but is relevant for disincentivizing collaboration among actors with low-compatible beliefs, thus contributing to conflict reproduction.  ...  This study examines the drivers of inter-organizational collaboration within the conflictual context of Czech coal phase-out by investigating hypotheses on belief homophily, political influence, and expert  ...  The general tendency of actors with similar beliefs to share ties is called belief homophily (Ingold, Fischer, and Cairney 2017) .  ... 
doi:10.1080/08941920.2022.2065394 fatcat:kykdtf2dbbcdro2v5awnxnbmwm
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