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Existing approaches to predicting tie strength between users involve either online social networks or location-based social networks. To date, few studies combined these networks to investigate the intensity of social relations between users. In this paper we analyzed tie strength defined as partners and acquaintances in two domains: a location-based social network and an online social network (Second Life). We compared user pairs in terms of their partnership and found significant differencesdoi:10.1145/2492517.2492562 dblp:conf/asunam/SteurerT13 fatcat:lu7wiz3w6je4vj7bp2uqdqo3au