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Our ultimate paper on Anobii is out

The paper “Link creation and information spreading over social and communication ties in an interest-based online social network” has been published in EPJ Data Science, on December 2012. This is our latest publication on the extensive analysis we conducted on the data we crawled from the Anobii social network, and we discuss our findings on how social …

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New paper in ACM Transactions

New paper “Contextual tag inference” accepted on TOMMCAP, ACM Transactions on Multimedia Computing, Communications and Applications. Abstract:”This paper examines the use of two kinds of context to improve the results of content-based music taggers: the relationships between tags and between the clips of songs that are tagged. We show that users agree more on tags …

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Paper presentation on EC-Web 2011

The paper “On Collaborative Filtering Techniques for Live TV and Radio Discovery and Recommendation” will be presented in the 12th International Conference on Electronic Commerce and Web Technologies (EC-Web 2011), at 31 August in the Session 5: Collaborative Filtering and Preference Learning. The EC-Web 2011 Conference will happen within the 22nd DEXA Conference in Toulouse from August …

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Final publication in Springer P2P

The paper “An identity-based approach to secure P2P applications with Likir” has been officially published in Springer Peer-to-Peer networking and Applications Journal. Abstract:”Structured overlay networks are highly susceptible to attacks aimed at subverting their structure or functionalities. Although many secure architectural design proposals have been presented in the past, a widely accepted and comprehensive solution …

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New paper at NWeSP

New paper “Tagging relations to achieve complex search goals” accepted at NWeSP 2011, 7th IEEE International Conference on Web Services Practices. Abstract:”Social search is having a flourishing success for its effectiveness in retrieving high quality information useful to achieve complex search goals. Surprisingly, the potential of the social paradigm at the basis of collaborative tagging in …

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Paper in Ad Hoc Networks is available online

Our paper “On the dynamics of human proximity for data diffusion in ad-hoc networks” accepted in the Ad Hoc Networks journal  is available online: doi:10.1016/j.adhoc.2011.06.003 Abstract: We report on a data-driven investigation aimed at understanding the dynamics of message spreading in a real-world dynamical network of human proximity. We use data collected by means of a proximity-sensing …

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New Paper at CIKM

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New paper “Behavior-driven clustering of queries into topics” accepted ad CIKM 2011. The acceptance rate is 15%. The paper was written in collaboration with Indiana University and Yahoo! Labs. Abstract: “Categorization of web-search queries in semantically coherent topics is a crucial task to understand the interest trends of search engine users and, therefore, to provide …

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