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CBPM: Context Based Privacy Model
Found in: Social Computing / IEEE International Conference on Privacy, Security, Risk and Trust, 2010 IEEE International Conference on
By M. VenkataSwamy, Srini Ramaswamy, Nitin Agarwal
Issue Date:August 2010
pp. 1050-1055
Information centers in industries are facing privacy concerns in recent years. Though there exists persuasive models, the privacy is not assured for industries that no identifiable information will get into unauthorized entities hands. They are based on us...
 
Does Similarity Breed Connection? - An Investigation in Blogcatalog and Last.fm Communities
Found in: Social Computing / IEEE International Conference on Privacy, Security, Risk and Trust, 2010 IEEE International Conference on
By Halil Bisgin, Nitin Agarwal, Xiaowei Xu
Issue Date:August 2010
pp. 570-575
Similarity breeds connections, the principle of homophily, has been well studied in existing sociology literature. Several studies have observed this phenomenon by conducting surveys on human subjects. These studies have concluded that new ties are formed ...
 
Investigating Homophily in Online Social Networks
Found in: Web Intelligence and Intelligent Agent Technology, IEEE/WIC/ACM International Conference on
By Halil Bisgin, Nitin Agarwal, Xiaowei Xu
Issue Date:September 2010
pp. 533-536
Similarity breeds connections, the principle of homophily, has been well studied in existing sociology literature. %Several studies have observed this phenomena by conducting surveys on human subjects. These studies have concluded that new ties are formed ...
 
Twitter Quo Vadis: Is Twitter Bitter or Are Tweets Sweet?
Found in: Information Technology: New Generations, Third International Conference on
By Brian P. Blake, Nitin Agarwal, Rolf T. Wigand, Jerry D. Wood
Issue Date:April 2010
pp. 1257-1260
This research explores the phenomenon of Twitter to better understand the diffusion of this new technology as a social networking tool. Twitter is a real-time messaging service centered on the question, “What are you doing?” This question is answered with ...
 
Guest Editors' Introduction: Social Computing in the Blogosphere
Found in: IEEE Internet Computing
By Huan Liu, Philip S. Yu, Nitin Agarwal, Torsten Suel
Issue Date:March 2010
pp. 12-14
The widespread phenomenon of blogging demonstrates the power of citizen journalism and anytime information sharing. People can exchange personal experiences, voice opinions, offer suggestions, and form groups with genuine social activities. Blogs also act ...
 
Connecting Sparsely Distributed Similar Bloggers
Found in: Data Mining, IEEE International Conference on
By Nitin Agarwal, Huan Liu, Shankara Subramanya, John J. Salerno, Philip S. Yu
Issue Date:December 2009
pp. 11-20
The nature of the Blogosphere determines that the majority of bloggers are only connected with a small number of fellow bloggers, and similar bloggers can be largely disconnected from each other. Aggregating them allows for cost-effective personalized serv...
 
Clustering Blogs with Collective Wisdom
Found in: Web Engineering, International Conference on
By Nitin Agarwal, Magdiel Galan, Huan Liu, Shankar Subramanya
Issue Date:July 2008
pp. 336-339
Blogosphere is expanding in an unprecedented speed. A better understanding of the blogosphere can greatly facilitate the development of the Social Web to serve the needs of users, service providers and advertisers. One important task in this process is clu...
 
Approximate Structural Matching over Ordered XML Documents
Found in: Database Engineering and Applications Symposium, International
By Nitin Agarwal, Magdiel Galan Oliveras, Yi Chen
Issue Date:September 2007
pp. 54-62
There is an increasing need for an XML query en- gine that not only searches for exact matches to a query but also returns \query-like
 
Testable Sequential Circuit Design:Partitioning for Pseudoexhaustive Test
Found in: VLSI, IEEE Computer Society Annual Symposium on
By Bassam Shaer, Kailash Aurangabadkar, Nitin Agarwal
Issue Date:February 2003
pp. 244
In this study, we present an automated algorithm that partitions large sequential VLSI circuits for pseudoexhaustive testing. The partitioning algorithm is based on the primary input cone and fanout value of each node in the circuit. We have developed an o...
   
A study of communities and influence in blogosphere
Found in: Proceedings of the 2nd SIGMOD PhD workshop on Innovative database research (IDAR '08)
By Nitin Agarwal
Issue Date:June 2008
pp. 1-2
Blogging becomes a popular way for a Web user to publish information on the Web. Bloggers write blog posts, share likes and dislikes, voice opinions, provide suggestions, and report news. In this work we study influential bloggers in both community as well...
     
Identifying the influential bloggers in a community
Found in: Proceedings of the international conference on Web search and web data mining (WSDM '08)
By Huan Liu, Lei Tang, Nitin Agarwal, Philip S. Yu
Issue Date:February 2008
pp. 2-2
Blogging becomes a popular way for a Web user to publish information on the Web. Bloggers write blog posts, share their likes and dislikes, voice their opinions, provide suggestions, report news, and form groups in Blogosphere. Bloggers form their virtual ...
     
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