Marie Curie Initial Training Networks

Workshop - "Complexity in Online Social Networks and Big Data", 18 September 2013

Date: September 18, 2013

Location: Barcelona

ECCS13 

 

Venue   Description  Speakers  Program   Organizing Comittee   Abstracts  Posters   Photos

 

1. Venue and structure

“Complexity in Online Social Networks and Big Data” is a Satellite Workshop of the European Conference on Complex Systems ECCS 2013 hosted in Barcelona. The workshop will take place in September 18 and will encompass 5 invited talks of one hour each and a poster session including short presentations for each poster. 

2. Workshop description

The rapid proliferation of Online Social Networking (OSN) services like Facebook, Twitter and Google+ has made a profound impact on the Internet and tends to reshape its structure, design, and utility. Industry experts believe that OSNs create a potentially transformational change in consumer behavior and will bring a far-reaching influence on traditional industries of content, media, and communications.

The main goal of this workshop, which is mainly related to Conference Tracks of “Social Systems” and “Information and Communication Technologies” is to serve as a focal point for exchanging state-of-the-art results and innovative ideas on how to address the problems and opportunities related with  Complexity in Online Social Networks and Big Data. Emphasis will be given on modeling the dynamics of online social networking services from the viewpoint of the Science of Complex Networks and exploiting theoretical insights for the design, modeling and simulation of massive-scale DOSN infrastructures.

3. Invited speakers

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Alain Barrat

(C.N.R.S)

Francesco Bonchi

(Yahoo! Research)

Nikolaos Laoutaris

(Telefonica TID Research)

Pankaj Mehra

(Fusion-io)

 Maxi San Miguel

(IFISC)

 

 

4. Program

Workshop Programme

08:45 - 09:00 Welcome by Asst. Prof. Sarunas Girdzijauskas (Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), Sweden)
Morning session (chair: Prof. Marián Boguñá (University of Barcelona, Spain) )
09:00 - 10:00 Keynote 1: Online and offline social networks, by Alain Barrat (C.N.R.S, France) abstract, presentation
10:00 - 11:00 Keynote 2: Social influence and recurrent mobility underlie background fluctuations of electoral processes, by Maxi San Miguel (IFISC, Spain), abstract, presentation
11:00 - 11:30  Coffee Break
11:30 - 12:30 Keynote 3: A tale of 2 continents and 4 cities about the influence of demographics and social constraints on ride-sharing, by Nikolaos Laoutaris (Telefonica TID Research, Spain),abstract, presentation
12:30 - 14:00 Lunch
 Noon session (chair: Prof. Elena Ferrari (University of Insubria, Italy))
14:00 - 15:00 Keynote 4: Challenges and Opportunities of Context-Aware Computing, by Pankaj Mehra,(Fusion-io, USA), abstract
15:00 - 16:00 Keynote 5: Mining Propagation Data (in Social Networks), by Francesco Bonchi, (Yahoo! Research, Spain), abstract, presentation
Afternoon session (chair: Prof. Fragopoulou Paraskevi (Foundation for Research and Technology - Hellas (FORTH), Greece))
16:00 - 16:30 Poster Presentations
16:30 - 17:00 Coffe Break
17:00 - 18:30 Poster Session
19:00 Social event

 

5. Organizing committee

 

The workshop will be organized in the frame of the European Marie Curie Initial Training Networks iSocial” project and the RECOGNITION grant 257756, an EC - FP7 Future Emerging Technologies project.

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6. Abstracts

Keynote 1: Online and offline social networks

New technologies give new ways of studying social and behavioral networks thanks to unprecedented access to different types of datasets.  In this talk, I will first present recent work on a detailed empirical study of an interest-based online social network, showing the presence of strong heterogeneities between actors, and how the presence of homophily can be measured. I will also show how longitudinal studies allow us to show that link formation is driven by selection mechanisms and that links are the substrate of influence effects. Influence is measured both through the alignment of users' profiles and by tracking the patterns of diffusion of specific items across users' profiles. Finally, I will consider the issue of comparing the behavior of individuals in online social networks and in offline behavioral networks of face-to-face proximity. I will show, in the case of the network of attendees of a scientific conference,  that the existence of an on-line link between individuals is strongly correlated with the strength of their face-to-face presence, as well as with the similarity of their social contacts in physical space. Based on these findings, I will characterize how accurately the existence of an on-line social link can be predicted by using the measured properties of face-to-face presence.

 

Keynote 2: Social influence and recurrent mobility underlie background fluctuations of electoral processes

Social influence among individuals is at the core of collective social phenomena such as the dif­fusion of innovations, social learning, the dissemination of ideas, beliefs or behaviors. Despite the different mechanisms proposed to implement inter-agent influence in social models, a satisfactory confrontation between data and model predictions has not been reached yet. Here we advance in this direction introducing a model that reproduces generic features observed in vote-shares of the US presidential elec­tions at different geographical levels. Our approach incorporates spatial and population diversity as input data into an opinion model in which individuals’ mobility provides a proxy for social context, while peer imi­tation implements social influence. Our results account for the observed stationary background fluctuations in voting behavior, that is, the dispersion of the vote-shares across counties, congressional districts and states. They also account for spatial cor­relations decaying logarithmically with spatial distance. We offer a general framework for the micro-macro connection between the individual mechanisms of interaction and society-wide patterns of collective behavior in opinion formation.

 

Keynote 3: A tale of 2 continents and 4 cities about the influence of demographics and social constraints on ride-sharing

Ride-sharing on the daily home-work-home commute can help individuals save on gasoline and other car-related costs, while at the same time reduce traffic and pollution. This paper presents a quantitative study of the potential of ride-sharing in two European and two US cities based on mobility data extracted from 3G Call Description Records (CDRs) and Online Social Networks (OSN) geo-tagging. We start with ride-sharing among neighbors for which we derive up- per bounds based on the assumption that commutes occur synchronously and that any passenger can be matched with any driver. We show that a small detour distance of 0.8 Km leads to an impressive 55% reduction of traffic. This value reduces to 26% for asynchronous commutes and a pick-up tolerance of 10 minutes. The latter result can be improved to 47% by permitting additional passengers to be picked-up en-route using e.g., smartphone apps. We then introduce social constraints on the relationship between drivers and passengers. Riding only with immediate friends derived from calling patterns drops the potential of ride-sharing to less than 1%. Riding with OSN friends leads to a better performance of 8% explained by the fact that OSNs friend sets are typically larger. Riding with "friends-of-friends" causes traffic reduction to increase to : 6% based on CDRs and 23% based on OSNs. Last, we study the impact of demographics and population density on the potential of ride-sharing in the four cities of our study.


Keynote 4: Challenges and Opportunities of Context-Aware Computing

Various enterprises are looking to collect and manage vast amounts of information about their users. Some seek to acquire particular dimensions of the larger human context, such as social or location. Yet others seek to integrate the entire context. In this talk, I will describe the architecture and economics of context data infrastructures, from the outside in. I will give concrete examples of techniques used in extracting, indexing, and querying context data. We will look at the mechanics and economics of contextualization, by examining the whys, wherefores, and hows of it.


Keynote 5: Mining Propagation Data (in Social Networks)

With the success of online social networks and microblogging platforms such as Facebook, Flickr and Twitter, the phenomenon of influence-driven propagations, has recently attracted the interest of computer scientists, information technologists, and marketing specialists. In this talk we take a data mining perspective and we discuss what (and how) can be learned from a social network and a database of traces of past propagations over the social network. Starting from one of the key problems in this area, i.e.  the identification of influential users, by targeting whom certain desirable marketing outcomes can be achieved, we provide an overview of some recent progresses in this area and discuss some open problems.

 

 

7. Posters

# Title Presenter Partner Institution
1

Gossip-based Partitioning and Replication

(poster available in: pdf)

Anis Nasir KTH
2

DOSN Reference Architecture, Challenges and Opportunities

(poster available in: pdf)

Amira Soliman KTH
3

Large Scale Cross-Document Coreference Resolution

(poster available in:pdf)

Fatemeh Rahimian KTH
4

Decentralised Social Networking Platforms: Current Status and Trends

(poster available in: pdf)

Andres Ledesma UCY
5

Modelling and Simulation in Decentralised Online Social Networks

(poster available in pdf)

Hariton Efstathiades UCY
6

Security Issues in DOSNs

(poster available in: pdf)

Panagiotis Ilia FORTH
7

Data Placement, Replication, Distribution and Streaming Services

(poster available in: pdf)

Despoina Antonakaki FORTH
8

A peer-to-peer decentralized protocol for k-Leader Election

(poster available in: pdf)

Giovanni Simoni PEER
9

On HTTP Live Streaming in Large Enterprises

(poster available in: pdf)

Mikael Högqvist PEER
10

Community Based Identity Management onDecentralized Social Networks

(poster available in: pdf)

Leila Bahri INSUB
11

Structure and Evolution of Social Networks

(poster available in: pdf)

Kolja Kleineberg UB

 

8. Photos of the Workshop


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Research Posters

 
Posters from the Workshop - "Complexity in Online Social Networks and Big Data", 18 September 2013
 
# Title Presenter Partner Institution
1

Gossip-based Partitioning and Replication

(poster available in: pdf )

Anis Nasir KTH
2

DOSN Reference Architecture, Challenges and Opportunities

(poster available in: pdf )

Amira Soliman KTH
3

Large Scale Cross-Document Coreference Resolution

(poster available in:pdf)

Fatemeh Rahimian KTH
4

Decentralised Social Networking Platforms: Current Status and Trends

(poster available in: pdf )

Andres Ledesma UCY
5

Modelling and Simulation in Decentralised Online Social Networks

(poster available in pdf )

Hariton Efstathiades UCY
6

Security Issues in DOSNs

(poster available in: pdf )

Panagiotis Ilia FORTH
7

Data Placement, Replication, Distribution and Streaming Services

(poster available in: pdf )

Despoina Antonakaki FORTH
8

A peer-to-peer decentralized protocol for k-Leader Election

(poster available in: pdf )

Giovanni Simoni PEER
9

On HTTP Live Streaming in Large Enterprises

(poster available in: pdf )

Mikael Högqvist PEER
10

Community Based Identity Management onDecentralized Social Networks

(poster available in: pdf)

Leila Bahri INSUB
11

Structure and Evolution of Social Networks

(poster available in: pdf )

Kolja Kleineberg UB

iSocial Research Meeting, 29-30 January 2013, Barcelona, Spain

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The first iSocial research meeting will be held in Barcelona, Spain on 29 -30 Januray 2014. During the meeting, an overview of the iSocial project matters  will be presented by the project cooridnator and a discussion about the collaboration between partners and fellows and organisation of the the first iSocial workhop will follow.

 

Agenda:

Tuesday, 29 January 2013
10:00-10:30 Overview of iSocial Matters
Assistant Professor Sarunas Girdzijauskas, Seif Haridi
Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), Sweden (presentation)
10:30-11:30 Discussion on Research Roadmap/iSocial Architecture/Partner Collaborations (presentation)
11:30-11:45 Coffee Break
11:40-13:00 Discussion on Research Roadmap/iSocial Architecture/Partner Collaborations (cont.)
13:00-14:00 Lunch
14:00-15:30 1st Workshop Planning /Possible Joint Event with EMJD-DC
15:30-15:45 Coffee Break
15:45-17:30 Workshop Planning (cont.)
21:00 Social Dinner
 
Wednesday, 30 January 2013
10:00-11:30 Recruitment Issues/Overview of the Applications
11:30-11:45 Coffee Break
11:45-13:00

Software and Hardware for Online Course Preparation

Sameh El-Ansary, Peerialism (presentation)

13:00-14:00 Lunch
14:00-15:30 Discussion of Research Agenda and Other Open Questions
15:30-15:45 Coffee Break
15:45-17:00 Discussion (cont.) and Closing of the Meeting

 

 

Scientific Papers

 research

 

Journal and Magazine Papers

 

[J9] Despoina Antonakaki , Iasonas Polakis, Elias Athanasopoulos, Sotiris Ioannidis, Paraskevi Fragopoulou. "Exploiting abused trending topics to identify spam campaigns in Twitter." Social Network Analysis and Mining (2016).

[J8] Despoina Antonakaki, Dimitris Spiliotopoulos, Christos V. Samaras, Sotiris Ioannidis, Paraskevi Fragopoulou. "Major Political Events: Content Analysis of Twitter Data from the Greek 2015 Referendum and Elections." PLOS One (submitted).

[J7] Nasir, Muhammad Anis Uddin, et al. "Top-k densest subgraphs in sliding-window graph streams." arXiv preprint arXiv:1610.05897 (2016).

[J6] Nasir, Muhammad Anis Uddin, et al. "Partial key grouping: Load-balanced partitioning of distributed streams." arXiv preprint arXiv:1510.07623 (2015).

[J5] K. Kleineberg, M. Boguñá, M.A. Serrano, F. Papadopoulos, “Hidden geometric correlations in real multiplex networks”, Nature Physics 12, 1076–1081 (2016)

[J4] Kleineberg Kaj-Kolja, Boguñá Marián, A 1:1000 scale model of the digital world: Global connectivity can lead to the extinction of local networks, arXiv:1504.01368, April, 2015 (pdf)

[J3] Kleineberg Kaj-Kolja, Boguñá Marián, Ecology 2.0: Coexistence and domination among interacting networks, ArXiv:1410.8865, 2014 (pdf)

[J2] Kleineberg Kaj-Kolja, Boguñá Marián, Evolution of the Digital Society Reveals Balance between Viral and Mass Media Influence, Physical Review X, Volume 4, Issue 3, 2014 (pdf)

[J1] Roberto Roverso, Sameh El-Ansary, and Mikael Högqvist. On HTTP live streaming in large enterprises. SIGCOMM Computer Communication Review 43, 4 (August 2013), 489-490 (pdf)  

 

Conference and Workshop Papers

 

[C43] Panagiotis Ilia, Barbara Carminati, Elena Ferrari, Paraskevi Fragopoulou, and Sotiris Ioannidis. SAMPAC: Socially-Aware collaborative Multi-Party Access Control. In Proceedings of the 7th ACM Conference on Data and Application Security (CODASPY ‘17), March 2017, Scottsdale, AZ, USA.

[C42] Muhammad Anis Uddin Nasir, Aristides Gionis, Gianmarco De Francisci Morales, Sarunas Girdzijauskas, "Top-k densest subgraphs in sliding-window graph streams", ICDE 2017

[C41] Antonios A. Chariton, Eirini Degkleri, Panagiotis Papadopoulos, Panagiotis Ilia, and Evangelos P. Markatos. CCSP: a Compressed Certificate Status Protocol. In Proceedings of the 36th IEEE International Conference on Computer Communications (INFOCOM ‘17) May 2017, Atlanta, USA.

[C40] Antonios A. Chariton, Eirini Degkleri, Panagiotis Papadopoulos, Panagiotis Ilia, and Evangelos P. Markatos. DCSP: performant certificate revocation a DNS-based approach. In Proceedings of the 9th European Workshop on System Security (EUROSEC ‘16), April 2016, London, UK.

[C39] Despoina Antonakaki, Dimitris Spiliotopoulos, Christos V. Samaras, Sotiris Ioannidis, Paraskevi Fragopoulou, "Investigating the Complete Corpus of Referendum and Elections Tweets", ASONAM 2016, 18-21 August, 2016

[C38] Nasir, Muhammad Anis Uddin, et al. "When two choices are not enough: Balancing at scale in distributed stream processing. "Data Engineering (ICDE), 2016 IEEE 32nd International Conference on. IEEE, 2016.

[C37] Naeimeh Laleh, Barbara Carminati, Elena Ferrari, "Risk Assessment in Online Social Networks based on Anomalous Behavior Detection," in IEEE Transactions on Dependable and Secure Computing 2016, accepted, To appear. 

[C36] Naeimeh Laleh, Barbara Carminati, Elena Ferrari, “Dynamic Anomalous Change Detection in User’s Neighborhood in Time-evolving OSN Graphs,” in 15th IEEE IFIP annual Mediterranean Ad Hoc Networking 2016. 

[C35] Naeimeh Laleh, Barbara Carminati, Elena Ferrari, Sarunas Girdzijauskas, "Distributed Gossip based Behaviour Group Identification in Decentralized Online Social Networks,” International conference in Machine Learning and Data Mining, MLDM 2016, Springer, New York, USA. (INSUB)

[C34] Despoina Antonakaki, Sotiris Ioannidis, Paraskevi Fragopoulou, Utilizing the Average Node Degree to assess the temporal growth rate of Twitter, Social Network Analysis and Mining

[C33] Despoina Antonakaki, Iasonas Polakis, Elias Athanasopoulos, Sotiris Ioannidis, Paraskevi Fragopoulou: Exploiting abused trending topics to identify spam campaigns in Twitter. Social Netw. Analys. Mining 6(1): 48:1- 48:11 (2016)

[C32] Dimitris Spiliotopoulos, Despoina Antonakaki, Sotiris Ioannidis, Paraskevi Fragopoulou: Usability Evaluation of Accessible Complex Graphs. ICCHP (1) 2016: 571-574

[C31] Dimitris Spiliotopoulos, Despoina Antonakaki, Sotiris Ioannidis, Paraskevi Fragopoulou: Motivation Effect of Social Media Posts about Well-being and Healthy Living. PETRA 2016: 51 2015

[C30] Leila Bahri, Barbara Carminati, Elena Ferrari - William Lucia, "UPPLA - User Powered Privacy with Label-based Access-control for OSNs", ICDE 2016. (pdf)

[C29] Leila Bahri, Barbara Carminati, Elena Ferrari, COIP: Continuous, Operable, Impartial, and Privacy-aware identity, ACM TWEB. 

[C28] Panagiotis Ilia, Barbara Carminati, Sotiris Ioannidis, Elena Ferrari and Paraskevi Fragopoulou, CoMPAC: Collaborative Multi-Party Access Control for OSN, IEEE EuroS&P 2016

[C27] Chen Chen, Yoav Tock, Hans-Arno Jacobsen, Overlay Design for Topic-based Publish/Subscribe under Node Degree Constraints, ICDCS 2016

[C26] Muhammad Anis Uddin Nasir, Gianmarco De Francisci Morales, Nicolas Kourtellis, Marco Serafini, Streaming Load Balancing Techniques for Highly Skewed Input, ICDE 2016

[C25] Naeimeh Laleh, Barbara Carminati, Elena Ferrari, "Graph Based Local Risk Estimation in Large Scale Online Social Networks," In: IEEE conference in social computing and networking 2015, SocialCom2015). (pdf)

[C24] Despina Stasi, Mikael Högqvist, George Pallis, Marios Dikaiakos,  Stefanos Antaris, A Socio-Aware Decentralized Topology Construction Protocol, Published in IEEE HotWeb 2015

[C23] Nasir, Muhammad Anis Uddin, et al. "The power of both choices: Practical load balancing for distributed stream processing engines." Data Engineering (ICDE), 2015 IEEE 31st International Conference on. IEEE, 2015.

[C22] Nasir, Muhammad Anis Uddin, Sarunas Girdzijauskas, and Nicolas Kourtellis. "Socially-aware distributed hash tables for decentralized online social networks." Peer-to-Peer Computing (P2P), 2015 IEEE International Conference on. IEEE, 2015.

[C21] Stefanos Antaris, Despina Stasi, Mikael Högqvist, George Pallis, Marios D. Dikaiakos A Socio-Aware Decentralized Topology Construction Protocol. "3rd IEEE Workshop on Hot Topics in Web Systems and Technologies" (IEEE HotWeb 2015), 91-96. Washington, D.C, USA 2015.  (pdf)

[C20] Iasonas Polakis, Panagiotis Ilia, Zacharias Tzermias, Sotiris Ioannidis, Paraskevi Fragopoulou, Social Forensics: Searching for Needles in Digital Haystacks. In Proceedings of the 4th International Workshop on Building Analysis Datasets and Gathering Experience Returns for Security (BADGERS 15), November 2015, Kyoto, Japan (pdf)

[C19] Kambiz Ghoorchian, Fatemeh Rahimian, Sarunas Girdzijauskas, "DeGPar: Large Scale Topic Detection using Node-Cut Partitioning on Dense Weighted Graphs", ICDCS 2017, Dec - 12 - 2016

[C18] Leila Bahri, Barbara Carminati, Elena Ferrari, "CARDS - Collaborative Audit and Report Data Sharing for DOSNs", IEEE CIC 2015. (INSUB) (pdf)

[C17] Leila Bahri, Barbara Carminati, Elena Ferrari, Ngoc Hong Tran, Privacy Preserving Decentralized Identity Validation for Geo-social Networks over MANET, Hot'POST 2015. (pdf)

[C16] Leila Bahri, Barbara Carminati, Elena Ferrari, "What happens to my online social estate when I am gone? An integrated approach to posthumous online data management", IEEE IRI 2015. (pdf)

[C15] Kambiz Ghoorchian, Fatemeh Rahimian, Sarunas Girdzijauskas, Semi-Supervised Multiple Disambiguation, IEEE BigDataSE 2015

[C14] Chen Chen, Yoav Tock, "Design of Routing Protocols and Overlay Topologies for Topic-based Publish/Subscribe on Small-World Networks", Middleware Industry 2015, December 7 - 11, 2015

[C13] Chen Chen, Yoav, Tock, Hans-Arno Jacobsen, Roman Vitenberg, "Weighted Overlay Design for Topic-based Publish/Subscribe on Geo-Distributed Data Centers", ICDCS 2015, June 29th - July 2nd, 2015

[C12] Efstathiades, Hariton and Antoniades, Demetris and Pallis, George and Dikaiakos, Marios D, "Identification of Key Locations based on Online Social Network Activity"(EEE/ACM International Conference on Advances in Social Networks Analysis and Mining), Paris, France August 25-28, 2015.  (pdf)

[C11] Amira Soliman, Leila Bahri, Barbara Carminati, Elena Ferrari and Sarunas Girdzijauskas, DIVa: Decentralized Identity Validation for Social Networks, IEEE/ACM International Conference on Advances in Social Networks Analysis and Mining, Paris, France,  August 25-28, 2015 (pdf)

[C10] Panagiotis Ilia, Iasonas Polakis, Elias Athanasopoulos, Federico Maggi, Sotiris Ioannidis,  Face/Off: Preventing Privacy Leakage From Photos in Social Networks. In Proceedings of the 22nd ACM SIGSAC Conference on Computer and Communications Security (CCS'15),  October 2015, Denver, Colorado, USA. (pdf)

[C9] Despoina Antonakaki , Iasonas Polakis, Elias Athanasopoulos, Sotiris Ioannidis, Paraskevi Fragopoulou, "Think before RT: An Experimental Study of Abusing Twitter Trends", SI 2014: Workshop on Social Influence. (pdf)

[C8] Nasir, Muhammad Anis Uddin, Fatemeh Rahimian, and Sarunas Girdzijauskas. "Gossip-based partitioning and replication for online social networks." Advances in Social Networks Analysis and Mining (ASONAM), 2014 IEEE/ACM International Conference on. IEEE, 2014.

[C7] Despoina Antonakaki, Iasonas Polakis, Elias Athanasopoulos, Vivi Fragopoulou, and Sotiris Ioannidis, Think before RT: An Experimental Study of Abusing Twitter Trends. In Proceedings of the International Workshop on Social Influence (SI). November 2014, Barcelona, Spain.

[C6] Iasonas Polakis, Panagiotis Ilia, Federico Maggi, Marco Lancini, Georgios Kontaxis, Stefano Zanero, Sotiris Ioannidis, Angelos D. Keromytis, "Faces in the Distorting Mirror: Revisiting Photo-based Social Authentication",  In Proceedings of the 2014 ACM SIGSAC Conference on Computer and Communications Security (CCS'14), November 2014, 501-512. (pdf)

[C5] Roberto Roverso, Mikael Högqvist, "Hive.js: Browser-Based Distributed Caching for Adaptive Video Streaming", IEEE ISM 2014, 10-12 December 2014, Taichung, Taiwan

[C4] Giovanni Simoni, Roberto Roverso, and Alberto Montresor. "RankSlicing: A decentralized protocol for supernode selection". In the IEEE International Conference on Peer-to-Peer Computing (P2P14), 2014. (pdf)

[C3] Muhammad Anis Uddin Nasir, Fatemeh Rahimian, and Sarunas Girdzijauskas, "Gossip-based Partitioning and Replication for Online Social Networks", The IEEE/ACM International Conference on Advances in Social Networks Analysis and Mining (ASONAM'14), 2014 (pdf)

[C2] Leila Bahri, Barbara Carminati, Elena Ferrari, Community-Based Identity Validation on Online Social Networks, Distributed Computing Systems (ICDCS), 2014 IEEE 34th International Conference on , vol., no., pp.21,30, 2014.  (pdf)

[C1] Mikael Hogqvist, Reinefeld A, "RECODE: Reconfigurable, consistent and decentralized data services, Peer-to-Peer Computing (P2P)", 2013 IEEE Thirteenth International Conference on, pp.1,10, 9-11 September 2013 (pdf)

 

Scientific Reports

 

[SR2] Kaj Kolja Kleineberg, Marian Boguna, Competition between global and local online social networks, Scientific Reports

[SR1] Kaj Kolja Kleineberg, Marian Boguna, Digital Ecology: Coexistence and Domination among Interacting Networks, Scientific Reports

 

29-30 Jan 2013: iSocial Research Meeting in Barcelona

Barcelona-Ville1

 

Date: 29-30 January 2014

Location: Barcelona, Spain

 

 

The first iSocial research meeting was held in Barcelona, Spain on 29 -30 Januray 2014. On the first day of the meeting, an overview of the iSocial project matters and the project architecture were presented by the project cooridnator. A discussion about the collaboration between partners and fellows and organisation of the the first iSocial workhop was followed. On the second day of the meeting, the partners discussed the recruitment issues of the project and any open questions. The agenda and the presentations of the meeting can be found here.