Data Set Used
Striking a balance between the costs for Web content providers and the quality of service for Web customers.
Content distribution networks (CDNs) improve scalability and reliability, by replicating content to the " edge " of the Internet. Apart from the pure networking issues of the CDNs relevant to the establishment of the infrastructure, some very crucial data management issues must be resolved to exploit the full potential of CDNs to reduce the " last mile "… (More)
Under social tagging systems, a typical Web 2.0 application , users label digital data sources by using freely chosen textual descriptions (tags). Poor retrieval in the afore-mentioned systems remains a major problem mostly due to questionable tag validity and tag ambiguity. Earlier clustering techniques have shown limited improvements, since they were… (More)
—Content distribution networks (CDNs) balance costs and quality in services related to content delivery. Devising an efficient content outsourcing policy is crucial since, based on such policies, CDN providers can provide client-tailored content, improve performance, and result in significant economical gains. Earlier content outsourcing approaches may… (More)
The wide adoption of photo sharing applications such as Flickr c and the massive amounts of user-generated content uploaded to them raises an information overload issue for users. An established technique to overcome such an overload is to cluster images into groups based on their similarity and then use the derived clusters to assist navigation and… (More)
The proposed survey discusses the topic of community detection in the context of Social Media. Community detection constitutes a significant tool for the analysis of complex networks by enabling the study of mesoscopic structures that are often associated with organizational and functional characteristics of the underlying networks. Community detection has… (More)