TwikiMe! User profiles that make sense
|TwikiMe! User profiles that make sense|
|Author(s)||Siehndel P., Kawase R.|
|Published in||CEUR Workshop Proceedings|
|Keyword(s)||Unknown (Extra: Community detection, Link prediction, Social media, User classification, User interests, User Modeling, User profile, Wikipedia, Social networking (online))|
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The use of social media has been rapidly increasing in the last years. Social media, such as Twitter, has become an important source of information for a variety of people. The public availability of data describing some of these social networks has led to a great deal of research in this area. Link prediction, user classification and community detection are some of the main research areas related to social networks. In this paper, we present a user modeling framework that uses Wikipedia to model user interests inside a social network. Our model of user interests reflects the areas a user is interested in, as well as the level of expertise a user has in a certain field.
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