Inferring anchor links across multiple heterogeneous social networks

@inproceedings{Kong2013InferringAL,
  title={Inferring anchor links across multiple heterogeneous social networks},
  author={Xiangnan Kong and Jiawei Zhang and Philip S. Yu},
  booktitle={CIKM},
  year={2013}
}
Online social networks can often be represented as heterogeneous information networks containing abundant information about: who, where, when and what. Nowadays, people are usually involved in multiple social networks simultaneously. The multiple accounts of the same user in different networks are mostly isolated from each other without any connection between them. Discovering the correspondence of these accounts across multiple social networks is a crucial prerequisite for many interesting… CONTINUE READING
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