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Data Acquisition in Social Networks: Issues and Proposals

@inproceedings{Canali2011DataAI,
  title={Data Acquisition in Social Networks: Issues and Proposals},
  author={Claudia Canali and Michele Colajanni and Riccardo Lancellotti},
  year={2011}
}
The amount of information that is possible to gather from social networks may be useful to different contexts ranging from marketing to intelligence. In this paper, we describe the three main techniques for data acquisition in social networks, the conditions under which they can be applied, and the open problems. We then focus on the main issues that crawlers have to address for getting data from social networks, and we propose a novel solution that exploits the cloud computing paradigm for… 

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