Ambiguity in Tagging and the Community Effect in Researching Relevant Resources in Folksonomies

@inproceedings{Beldjoudi2011AmbiguityIT,
  title={Ambiguity in Tagging and the Community Effect in Researching Relevant Resources in Folksonomies},
  author={Samia Beldjoudi and Hassina Seridi and Catherine Faron-Zucker},
  year={2011}
}
In this paper we present an original approach to i mprove the search of web resources tagged with folksonomies. We argue that the semantics in folksonomies can be extracted from the force of the community effect and the social interactions between the members of a commun ity. Our approach called SSF for Semantic Social Folksonomy tackle the probl em of ambiguity between tags by considering user profiles and social intera ctions in folksonomies to reduce tags ambiguity. 

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