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Community detection in networks is an active area of research with many practical applications. However, most of the early work in this area has focused on partitioning a single network or a bipartite graph into clusters/communities. With the rapid proliferation of online social media, it has become increasingly common for web users to have noticeable presence across multiple web sites. This raises the question whether it is possible to combine information from several networks to improvedoi:10.1016/j.neucom.2011.04.035 fatcat:tjxq6pdwwzb4dgkw2rp4eathm4