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In contemporary internet architectures, including server farms and blog aggregators, web log data may be scattered among multiple cooperating peers. In order to perform content personalisation through provision of recommendations on such architectures, it is necessary to employ a recommendation...
The explosive growth of blogs creates a critical demand for information retrieval techniques to effectively search for required and meaningful information. This paper studied the blog distillation and feed search task in the TREC Blog Track, which was designed to search for the relevant feeds...
Bibliographic databases are a prosperous field for data mining research and social network analysis. They contain rich information, which can be analysed across different dimensions (e.g., author, year, venue, and topic) and can be exploited in multiple ways. The representation and visualisation...
This paper addresses the problem of tagging users in Twitter, one of the most popular microblogs. Although there are an enormous number of Twitter users, some are particularly influential regarding certain topics (e.g., politics, sports). These users often transmit useful information about their...
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