Publications du laboratoire
|Analyzing Social Roles using Enriched Social Network on On-Line Sub-Communities. |
Auteur(s): FORESTIER M., VELCIN J., ZIGHED D. A.
Actes de conférence: Conference: The Sixth International Conference on Digital Society (ICDS'12) (Valencia, ES, 2012-01-30) Publié: Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Digital Society (ICDS'12), vol. (2012) p.17-22
Résumé: Analyzing the social roles inside on-line communities became a big challenge nowadays. The on-line communities formed around exchange platforms (e.g., forums) create an increasing source of data for analyzing user’s behavior. This paper proposes an exploratory analysis of communities in news website based on its sub-communities. Actually, we assume that people who participate in forum debate in news websites focus their participation in one or a very few topics (also called context) i.e., they formed the sub-communities. These sub-communities, will help us to find the contextual celebrity: the pertinent users in the sub-communities. We based our analysis on a dataset composed by 11,143 users writing more than 35,000 posts on 57 different forums grouped in 3 topics, and on social networks enriched with relations extracted from the content of the users’ posts.