Dynamic User Modeling in Social Media Systems

  title={Dynamic User Modeling in Social Media Systems},
  author={Hongzhi Yin and Bin Cui and Ling Chen and Zhiting Hu and Xiaofang Zhou},
  journal={ACM Trans. Inf. Syst.},
Social media provides valuable resources to analyze user behaviors and capture user preferences. This article focuses on analyzing user behaviors in social media systems and designing a latent class statistical mixture model, named temporal context-aware mixture model (TCAM), to account for the intentions and preferences behind user behaviors. Based on the observation that the behaviors of a user in social media systems are generally influenced by intrinsic interest as well as the temporal… CONTINUE READING
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