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  1. The immense growth of social media has shifted online platforms into effective resources for determining and categorizing potential customers. Relational learning (RL) adopts network connectivity and social media content to establish predictions about users. It uses the influences of social network structures and user content to model a supervised ...
    Published: 6/28/2017
    Inventor(s): Liang Wu, Xia (Ben) Hu, Huan Liu
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  2. Analyzing data with high dimensionality, such as that generated by social media, requires complex algorithms. Feature selection reduces the dimensionality by selecting a subset of the most relevant features in high dimensional data. Feature selection methods can be broadly classified into supervised methods for labeled data and unsupervised methods ...
    Published: 8/27/2016
  3. The explosive and viral nature of social media creates massive amounts of high-dimensional data. Features such as hashtags, keywords, or slang words are created every day and quickly become popular within a short period of time. However, social media data is not fully structured and its features are usually not predefined. One way to resolve this p...
    Published: 8/27/2016
    Keywords(s): Data Mining, Social Media
  4. Social media services like Twitter have become a prominent source of research data for both academic and corporate applications because of the large amount of data available. Twitter allows researchers to obtain low-cost data samples, but past research has shown the data is not a random distribution and thus, is unrepresentative of the population. ...
    Published: 7/15/2016
  5. As social networking becomes more popular, sensitive personal information seems to become much more readily available on the web. Although some social networks have privacy settings the user can change, some user-created data is simply unchangeable, and thus, remains public. Websites inadvertently store information such as links clicked on, liked, ...
    Published: 3/16/2016
  6. People frequently use social media to find information that may not be readily available from search engines or to request input from their peers. However, the search technology built into conventional social media platforms is not designed for information retrieval purposes. Since content is not archived, it is difficult to find answers to similar...
    Published: 11/17/2015
  7. Many Internet users have more than one user ID for social media websites. Often the purpose for having multiple user ID’s is valid. Sometimes it is preferable to have one user ID for personal use and a different ID for business use. Unfortunately, some people may have several user ID’s for deceptive purposes. For example, a 40-year-old ...
    Published: 1/15/2014
    Inventor(s): Reza Zafarani, Huan Liu
  8. Blogging as a medium for communication, sharing, and collaboration on the Web is growing in popularity. With the introduction of Web 2.0 applications, web users no longer just play the role of information consumers, but also participate in information production. The Blogosphere, home of all blogs, is a stage where virtual communities with simi...
    Published: 1/25/2011
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