By Ioannis Pitas
Focused at the mathematical foundations of social media research, Graph-Based Social Media Analysis presents a accomplished advent to using graph research within the research of social and electronic media. It addresses an immense medical and technological problem, specifically the confluence of graph research and community thought with linear algebra, electronic media, laptop studying, titanic facts research, and sign processing.
Supplying an outline of graph-based social media research, the booklet offers readers with a transparent figuring out of social media constitution. It makes use of graph concept, really the algebraic description and research of graphs, in social media studies.
The booklet emphasizes the large information facets of social and electronic media. It offers quite a few ways to storing great quantities of information on-line and retrieving that information in real-time. It demystifies complicated social media phenomena, akin to details diffusion, advertising and advice platforms in social media, and evolving platforms. It additionally covers rising tendencies, akin to gigantic info research and social media evolution.
Describing easy methods to behavior right research of the social and electronic media markets, the publication offers insights into processing, storing, and visualizing enormous social media information and social graphs. It comprises insurance of graphs in social and electronic media, graph and hyper-graph basics, mathematical foundations coming from linear algebra, algebraic graph research, graph clustering, neighborhood detection, graph matching, net seek according to score, label propagation and diffusion in social media, graph-based development acceptance and laptop studying, graph-based trend class and dimensionality aid, and lots more and plenty more.
This booklet is a perfect reference for scientists and engineers operating in social media and electronic media creation and distribution. it's also appropriate to be used as a textbook in undergraduate or graduate classes on electronic media, social media, or social networks.
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Graph-Based Social Media Analysis (Chapman & Hall/CRC Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery Series) by Ioannis Pitas