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Medical social networks have become an exchange of opinions between patients and health professionals. However, patients are anxious to quickly find a reliable analysis and a concise explanation of their medical images and express their queries through a textual description or a visual...
Inferring social relationships among individuals is a difficult problem, typically requiring either intrusive measurements (e.g., surveys) or convenience samples (e.g., ties captured by online social networking systems).
Automatically collected activity data from mobile devices or similar...
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