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Model bloggers' interests based on forgetting mechanism

Yuan Cheng, Guang Qiu, Jiajun Bu, Kangmiao Liu, Ye Han, Can Wang, Chun Chen
2008 Proceeding of the 17th international conference on World Wide Web - WWW '08  
In this paper, we propose a novel bloggers' interests modeling approach based on forgetting mechanism. A new forgetting function is introduced to track interest drift.  ...  Based on that, the Short Term Interest Models (STIM) and Long Term Interest Models (LTIM) are constructed to describe bloggers' short-term and long-term interests.  ...  In this paper, we model bloggers' interests based on forgetting mechanism.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1367497.1367690 dblp:conf/www/ChengQBLHWC08 fatcat:c7w5skkrkzcwxjr7vrv2kol77i

Weblogging: A Technological Framework Mediated by the Self

Cristina-Georgiana Voicu
2015 Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences  
Conclusions Based on the result of the study, the following conclusions were drawn.  ...  Based on people's fascination with technology and communicational speed, blogs are an expression of the need to focus on exposing a new hybrid self.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.sbspro.2015.03.040 fatcat:7mpz2ue45nf4pbyohy4wd2ojsq

Networked Narratives: Understanding Word-of-Mouth Marketing in Online Communities

Robert V Kozinets, Kristine de Valck, Andrea C Wojnicki, Sarah J.S Wilner
2010 Journal of Marketing  
It then presents a study of a marketing campaign in which mobile phones were seeded with prominent bloggers. Eightythree blogs were followed for six months.  ...  This new narrative model shows that communal WOM does not simply increase or amplify marketing messages; rather, marketing messages and meanings are systematically altered in the process of embedding them  ...  For example, Frank uses his wife's (she is also a blogger seeded in the phone campaign) membership in "Metblogs," a community-based club of bloggers, and his common interest in blogging and technology  ... 
doi:10.1509/jmkg.74.2.71 fatcat:lwdkmrr7a5d3tomc6ygcisdm64

Blog Ambition: Fashion, Feelings, and the Political Economy of the Digital Raced Body

Minh-Ha T. Pham
2011 Camera Obscura: Feminism, Culture, and Media Studies  
, fashion interests, status, and access.  ...  Consider his biographical statement on lipstickeater: "I'm a girl who loves red lipstick . . . oh, sorry . . . I sometimes forget . . .  ... 
doi:10.1215/02705346-2010-013 fatcat:evepsy5cjfhavisn3jzwxuagvu

Rating the Crisis of Online Public Opinion Using a Multi-Level Index System

Fanqi Meng, Xixi Xiao, Jingdong Wang
2022 ˜The œinternational Arab journal of information technology  
We propose a method to rate the crisis of online public opinion based on a multi-level index system to evaluate the impact of events objectively.  ...  Finally, based on the multi-level evaluation index system and grey correlation analysis, we propose a method to rate the crisis of online public opinion.  ...  Lan [9] constructed a three-dimensional evaluation index system of emergency online public opinion security based on the action mechanism and evolution law of emergency online public opinion.  ... 
doi:10.34028/iajit/19/4/4 fatcat:vnlwqhjfsrfcxhqbxgaqbsaqey

Mining personal experiences and opinions from Web documents

Shuya Abe, Kentaro Inui, Kazuo Hara, Hiraku Morita, Chitose Sao, Megumi Eguchi, Asuka Sumita, Koji Murakami, Suguru Matsuyoshi
2011 Web Intelligence and Agent Systems  
Our empirical evaluation indicates that our factuality analysis defintion is sufficiently well-defined to achieve a high inter-annotator agreement and our Factorial CRF-based model considerably outperforms  ...  After discussing the technical issues relating to this new task, we focus on the central problem of factuality analysis, formulate a task definition, and propose a machine learning-based solution.  ...  Acknowledgements This work was partly supported by Japan MEXT Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research on Priority Areas, Cyber Infrastructure for the Information-explosion Era (No. 19024033), and by Japan  ... 
doi:10.3233/wia-2011-0209 fatcat:pszs2fxwxvae5apkwhzasjlzyi

From We-Media to I-Media: Identity Transformations in the Virtual World

Gregory A. Asmolov, Aleksandr G. Asmolov
2009 Psychology in Russia: State of Art  
The blogs as the platform for a virtual personality construction are considered in the article on the assumption of the positions of Lev S. Vygotsky's cultural-historical approach.  ...  The authors affirm that the ability to construct a virtual personality is the integral part for personality formation in the new information society and propose to regard journalism practices as one of  ...  Based on the information processing mechanisms, such a Super-Net will connect people by itself and will weave social networks depending on the tasks set.  ... 
doi:10.11621/pir.2009.0006 fatcat:qx3ljmji65a5rok3jebp7fab7a

Life beyond the public sphere: Towards a networked model for political deliberation

Axel Bruns
2008 Information Polity  
In this sense, it is a model of non-representational democracy, as Bauwens describes it: “non-hierarchical governance represents a third mode of governance, one based on civil society rather than on representational  ...  Æ journalists Æ citizens; in keeping with the dominant media structures of the industrial age, none of these models provide for strong mechanisms allowing feedback from the consumers or end users in the  ... 
doi:10.3233/ip-2008-0141 fatcat:feuz7k2bsncuvldn4pjgtmd5sq

"I Can Also Serve as an Inspiration": A Qualitative Study of the TB&Me Blogging Experience and Its Role in MDR-TB Treatment

Shona Horter, Beverley Stringer, Sarah Venis, Philipp du Cros, Fiona Harris
2014 PLoS ONE  
Acknowledgments We thank the bloggers and the staff involved with the TB&Me project. We thank Clare Storry, the coordinator of the TB&Me blogging project for information on the project.  ...  Interviews were conducted using a flexible participatory technique based on topic guides with prompts. Verbatim transcription was performed from interview audio recordings.  ...  After the project had started, certain TB patients not being treated by MSF contacted the project via the TB&Me website to express their interest in blogging on the site.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0108591 pmid:25251404 pmcid:PMC4177208 fatcat:i3g5abzivrg7lhddrheqa26v7a

Critiques on the Participatory Potentials of Web 2.0

Bart Cammaerts
2008 Communication, Culture & Critique  
The aggressive online anti-Lieberman campaign was largely based on the use of bloggers and anti-war activists 10 .  ...  See URL: http://www.talesfromthecrib.be/ (Last consulted on: 20/05/2008) 14 This is partly based on Cammaerts, 2007  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1753-9137.2008.00028.x fatcat:gfougynlszeppn2yuwita25mde

Insights on Consumer Online Purchase Decisions of Women's Footwear

Susana Costa e Silva, Adriana Monteiro, Paulo Duarte
2018 Studia Oeconomica  
On the suppliers' side, the interviews revealed that managers believe in bloggers and social media influence and its consideration as part of the overall marketing strategy.  ...  A qualitative research method was used grounded on semi-structured, in-depth interviews that were conducted to corroborate the constructs defined in the proposed conceptual model namely: convenience, recreation  ...  "When I am surfing a webpage that has an interesting design and lot of cool features like photos or videos, I tend to forget about time and start to get lost in the whole online experience.  ... 
doi:10.2478/subboec-2018-0008 fatcat:4tvigbpj3rh73mt545fjdbg6zi

Being there: examining the behaviour of Antarctic tourists through their blogs

RicardoM. Roura
2012 Polar Research  
This article examines tourist behaviour regarding the environment using information available on travel weblogs (blogs) posted by tourists on the Internet.  ...  Bloggers are thanked for enthusiastically sharing their Antarctic experiences on the Internet. Dr Tina Tin's comments and encouragement were much valued.  ...  Three anonymous referees provided useful comments on an earlier version of this article.  ... 
doi:10.3402/polar.v31i0.10905 fatcat:bgujhjwb4bdwnktpc2hpdbnhfq

Defining customer experiential knowledge and its dimensions: a conceptualization starting from a netnographic study of specialty coffee blogs

Beatrice Ietto, Federica Pascucci, Gian Luca Gregori
2021 Journal of Knowledge Management  
Design/methodology/approach The analysis follows an inductive/deductive interpretative approach and it is based on a netnography of specialty coffee bloggers' narratives in relation to their sustainability  ...  Drawing on the integration of the literature on customer experience, customer knowledge management and customer insights acquisition, supported by adequate empirical evidence, the framework provides a  ...  Therefore, we based our analysis on specialty coffee blogs.  ... 
doi:10.1108/jkm-12-2020-0910 fatcat:j4paeojymre75ljzg37zxmfcky

Blogging and the Politics of Melancholy

Michael Keren
2004 Canadian Journal of Communication  
The author analyzes diary entries posted over five years by one master blogger, and his relations with his readers, to try to originate preliminary hypotheses on the politics of blogging.  ...  Observation of blogging in one of its most glamorous manifestations suggests that the new emancipation achieved by self-representation on the World Wide Web may be associated with what Scott Lash has called  ...  values that were disseminated in autobiographies to a contemporary regime based on a new subjectivity.  ... 
doi:10.22230/cjc.2004v29n1a1401 fatcat:xumm77h52bes7gxkko25xglxaa

Disembodiment and cyberspace: Gendered discourses in female teenagers' personal information disclosure

Antonio García Gómez
2010 Discourse & Society  
In promoting a cult of femininity, these personal weblogs are not merely reflecting the female role in society; they are also supplying one source of definitions of, and socialization into, that role.  ...  The study suggests that these female teenagers' self-concepts, floating free of corporeal experience, derive from a struggle between their social relational identity and their individual-based social identity  ...  All in all, although it may be too early to provide a definitive view of this culturally based redefinition of female gender roles, this study opens up an interesting field of research on interpersonal  ... 
doi:10.1177/0957926509353844 fatcat:zyztoebx2zcjff5yrcbszz4nl4
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