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World War III Analysis using Signed Social Networks [article]

Ranjana Roy Chowdhury and Shivam Gupta and Sravanthi Chede
2021 arXiv   pre-print
Nevertheless, our paper aims at answering some of the interesting questions on World War-III.  ...  In this project we have worked with the creation of a signed graph picturing the World War-III participating countries as nodes and have predicted the best possible coalition of countries that will be  ...  For the network analysis in the present work, a signed social network (SSN) will be best suited.  ... 
arXiv:2105.12460v4 fatcat:gdsvpcalqvc3powwsaaqeohsie

Walk-based measure of balance in signed networks: Detecting lack of balance in social networks

Ernesto Estrada, Michele Benzi
2014 Physical Review E  
We found that, contrary to what is generally believed, many signed social networks, in particular very large directed online social networks, are in general very poorly balanced.  ...  There is a longstanding belief that in social networks with simultaneous friendly and hostile interactions (signed networks) there is a general tendency to a global balance.  ...  BALANCE IN SMALL SOCIAL NETWORKS We start the analysis of some real-world signed networks by considering two systems formed by small networks.  ... 
doi:10.1103/physreve.90.042802 pmid:25375544 fatcat:zjhlduci7ve77n4nfbqbppfugm

Are Social Networks Really Balanced? [article]

Ernesto Estrada, Michele Benzi
2014 arXiv   pre-print
We found that, contrary to what is believed, many signed social networks -- in particular very large directed online social networks -- are in general very poorly balanced.  ...  There is a long-standing belief that in social networks with simultaneous friendly/hostile interactions (signed networks) there is a general tendency to a global balance.  ...  Balance in small social networks. We start the analysis of some real-world signed networks by considering two systems formed by small networks.  ... 
arXiv:1406.2132v1 fatcat:rxcohcmwrbbbxj2qohvjgemagm


2012 Advances in Complex Systems  
In a first-time analysis of large-scale multirelational networks we discover systematic deviations between positive and negative tie networks.  ...  In this work we review the first steps undertaken in analyzing this vast data set, focusing on social dynamics on friend-, enemy-and communication networks.  ...  All data used in this study is fully anonymized; the authors have the written consent to publish from the legal department of the Medical University of Vienna.  ... 
doi:10.1142/s0219525912500646 fatcat:pi6ien4x7bclbcah2kclz2cuqi

Evaluating balancing on social networks through the efficient solution of correlation clustering problems

Mario Levorato, Rosa Figueiredo, Yuri Frota, Lúcia Drummond
2017 EURO Journal on Computational Optimization  
Then, by using our algorithms, we solve the problem of measuring the structural balance on large real-world social networks.  ...  The solution of clustering problems defined on signed graphs can be used as a criterion to measure the degree of balance in social networks and this measure can be obtained with the optimal solution of  ...  signed social networks.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s13675-017-0082-6 fatcat:ujmbnkx7rvcp7egw3z5lqfivqm

Visualizing structural balance in signed networks [article]

Edoardo Galimberti, Chiara Madeddu, Francesco Bonchi, Giancarlo Ruffo
2019 arXiv   pre-print
Network visualization has established as a key complement to network analysis since the large variety of existing network layouts are able to graphically highlight different properties of networks.  ...  Moreover, it uses edge coloring and bundling to distinguish positive and negative interactions.  ...  just before World War I [20] .  ... 
arXiv:1912.00238v1 fatcat:diqrlgmaujgs7mdx24jhrcwvvm

Disparities in Globalization of the World Economies

S. K. Mishra, Binod Kumar
2012 Social Science Research Network  
This paper constructs composite indices of globalization of 131 countries spread over the five continents and classified into World-I, World-II and World-III countries.  ...  KOF, the Business Cycle Research Institute in the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zurich is the source of data used in this study.  ...  , World-II and World-III.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2161226 fatcat:b5m2ejhohzeprcow5zhokn4lfi

Ukrainian Hybrid War – Quo Vadis?

Carmen Rotărescu
2015 Scientific Bulletin  
The political and military analysts appreciate if the World War III does not come will at least follow a long time of a new cold war.  ...  World War II.  ...  Are we really close to the World War III, is it already begun since the conflict in Ukraine or the first major action of the Islamic state, or is it just a trick of the media war, used as a weapon of handling  ... 
doi:10.1515/bsaft-2015-0023 fatcat:2w6wbr6zm5hwvgwx3ykolrsfuu

Mining user Message Pattern for Suspicious Behavior on Terrorism using NLP in Social Networks with Single Sign-On

Mercy Paul Selvan, Renuka Selvaraj
2017 Indian Journal of Science and Technology  
Methods/Statistical Analysis: A survey has been made to understand the behavior of people using the social networking.  ...  It considers a single sign on of the user into social network. It has considered the user activity in two social networks to get a precise data.  ...  In 15 with the wide spread use of social networking and exchange of news and opinions, political learning has become far easier through it.  ... 
doi:10.17485/ijst/2017/v10i14/111364 fatcat:ywtqgitwzfdjnnisde5ptzghlq

Examining spectral space of complex networks with positive and negative links

Leting Wu, Xiaowei Ying, Xintao Wu, Aidong Lu, Zhi Hua Zhou
2012 International Journal of Social Network Mining  
Previous studies on social networks are often focused on networks with only positive relations between individual nodes.  ...  We illustrate our theoretical findings with various empirical evaluations on both synthetic data and real world Correlates of War data.  ...  Case study on correlates of war We conduct an empirical evaluation on a real-world signed graph taken from the Correlates of War dataset over the period 1993 (Ghosn et al., 2004 .  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijsnm.2012.045107 fatcat:pas7nvca65avjgbs3xmjmtfeti

Terrorist Use of Smuggling Tunnels

2013 International Journal of Criminology and Sociology  
The article proposes the application of open-source social-network models applicable to regional and transnational tunnel analysis during times of peace and war, employing intelligence from law enforcement  ...  Israel's Operation Pillar of Cloud and Hamas' Operation Stones of Shale are used to illustrate both the physical structure of smuggling tunnels and social networks of the people who build and use smuggling  ...  operations; (c) peer review literature using social network analysis of smuggling and terrorist operations.  ... 
doi:10.6000/1929-4409.2013.02.21 fatcat:o6kli5rmhba6toqp6llvv4jqgm

Network Analysis of the Interaction between Different Religious and Philosophical Movements in Early Judaism

Igor R. Tantlevskij, Ekaterina V. Gromova, Dmitry Gromov
2021 Philosophies  
the theory of social networks.  ...  This paper presents an attempt to systematically describe and interpret the evolution of different religious and political movements in Judaea during the period of the Second Temple using the methods of  ...  .: footnote 2) is right, "it would be the sole known exception to the general picture of monastic society, in which people's bad fortune is financial distress or social isolation.  ... 
doi:10.3390/philosophies6010002 fatcat:cfh7v3vomnhuvjj76u2d5r3yxa

Community structure in the United Nations General Assembly

Kevin T. Macon, Peter J. Mucha, Mason A. Porter
2012 Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications  
by considering voting similarities as weighted, signed unipartite networks; and (3) by examining signed bipartite networks in which countries are connected to resolutions.  ...  For each formulation, we detect communities by optimizing network modularity using an appropriate null model.  ...  Graphs with signed edges can be used to study social networks with both sympathetic (positive) and antagonistic (negative) interactions [60] .  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.physa.2011.06.030 fatcat:zqytib5y5vfh5hlody3at2jtcy

Analyzing and Visualizing American Congress Polarization and Balance with Signed Networks [article]

Arthur Capozzi and Alfonso Semeraro and Giancarlo Ruffo
2022 arXiv   pre-print
Signed networks and balance theory provide a natural setting for real-world scenarios that show polarization dynamics, positive/negative relationships, and political partisanships.  ...  For example, they have been proven effective for studying the increasing polarization of the votes in the two chambers of the American Congress from World War II on.  ...  Related works 2.1 Signed networks Network science has many applications in social media and social networks analysis [13, 14] .  ... 
arXiv:2209.00676v1 fatcat:bd3fi2yowrbu5bjogjjrki3yze

The Future Is An Open Future: Cultural Studies at the end of the 'Long Twentieth Century' and the beginning of the 'Chinese Century'

John Hartley
2008 Cultural Science  
Over that long century from the 1880s, world economic and political leadership shifted from European hegemony and British free-trade imperialism to US entrepreneurial-managerial capitalism.  ...  However these same times -the 'long twentieth century' (Arrighi 1994; Brewer 2004 ) -were marked by unprecedented social and ideological upheaval, with imperialism, total war, totalitarianism, and 'mutually  ...  (via media); iii. consumer or audience  ... 
doi:10.5334/csci.1 fatcat:jhqnl2ifcjck5cbeh2g73ekuoq
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