Web and Social Graph Mining

September/October 2014

IEEE Internet Computing magazine cover

This special issue presents recent results on Web and social graph mining, both at the methodological level and on the application side. The goal is to allow researchers to share their experience in this new and multifaceted field, and to help industry in its efforts to provide users with new social networking applications. The articles presented here focus on methods and algorithms for mining, as well as applications of the identified techniques. Read full article »

About IEEE Internet Computing

IEEE Internet Computing covers all aspects of Internet computing, from programming and standards to security and networking. Published bimonthly, the magazine offers peer-reviewed feature, department, and column articles for both industry and academic readers.

Articles from IEEE Internet Computing

Anti-Reconnaissance Tools: Detecting Targeted Socialbots

Anti-Reconnaissance Tools: Detecting Targeted Socialbots

Advanced attackers use online social networks to extract useful information about the target organization, including its members and their connections, affiliations, and positions. Read full article »

In Worship of an Echo

In Worship of an Echo

This column examines the hypothesis that the Internet is responsible for creating echo chambers, which many hold responsible for political polarization and growing extremism. Read full article »

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