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WWW 2011 Accepted Papers on Social Networks

WWW 2011 is to be held in Hyderabad, 2011. Here is the list of accepted papers in WWW 2011. The following are related to social networks:

1. Layered LPA: A MultiResolution Coordinate-Free Ordering for Compressing Social Networks
Sebastiano Vigna, Paolo Boldi, Massimo Santini and Marco Rosa

2. Track Globally, Deliver Locally: Improving Content Delivery Networks by Tracking Geographic Social Cascades
Salvatore Scellato, Cecilia Mascolo, Mirco Musolesi and Jon Crowcroft

3. We Know Who You Followed Last Summer: Inferring Social Link Creation Times In Twitter
Brendan Meeder, Brian Karrer, Amin Sayedi, R Ravi, Christian Borgs and Jennifer Chayes

4. Like like alike — Joint friendship and interest propagation in social networks
Shuang-hong Yang, Bo Long, Alex Smola, Narayanan Sadagopan, Zhaohui Zheng and Hongyuan Zha

5. Emergence of hierarchy in directed social networks
Mangesh Gupte, Pravin Shankar, Jing Li, Muthukrishnan and Liviu Iftode

6. Limiting the Spread of Misinformation in Social Networks
Ceren Budak, Divyakant Agrawal and Amr El Abbadi

7. Estimating Sizes of Social Networks via Biased Sampling
Liran Katzir, Edo Liberty and Oren Somekh

8. Modeling the Temporal Dynamics of Social Rating Networks using Bidirectional Effects of Social Relations and Rating Patterns
Mohsen Jamali, Gholamreza Haffari and Martin Ester

9. Milgram-Routing in Social Networks
Silvio Lattanzi, Alessandro Panconesi and D. Sivakumar

10. Differences in the Mechanics of Information Diffusion Across Topics: Idioms, Political Hashtags, and Complex Contagion on Twitter
Daniel Romero, Brendan Meeder and Jon Kleinberg

11. Network Bucket Testing
Lars Backstrom and Jon Kleinberg

12. Finding the bias and prestige of nodes in networks based on trust scores
Abhinav Mishra and Arnab Bhattacharya

  1. Dinesh Garg
    March 14, 2011 at 11:08 am

    Hi Suri,
    This is really a great service that you are offering to the research community in this area. It would be great if you can also have a section where you classify these papers into a few major themes with a brief description of each of the theme. Also, you may want to list out a few classic papers as well.


  2. March 14, 2011 at 11:36 am

    Hi Dinesh,

    Thank you very much for your valuable inputs. I will certainly put my efforts in making my posts more informative. Thank you very much!


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