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Computational Social Networks
Virtual communities are increasingly relying on technologies and tools of the so-called Web 2.0. In the context of scientific events and topical Research Networks, researchers use Social Media as one main communication channel. This raises the question, how to monitor and analyze such Research Networks. In this chapter we argue that Artefact-Actor-Networks (AANs) serve well for modeling, storing and mining the social interactions around digital learning resources originating from variousdoi:10.1007/978-1-4471-4054-2_10 fatcat:s33f6frvrnfypoon2ccmsfsgry