Model Checking Social Network Models

@inproceedings{Pardo2017ModelCS,
  title={Model Checking Social Network Models},
  author={Ra{\'u}l Pardo and Gerardo Schneider},
  booktitle={GandALF},
  year={2017}
}
A social network service is a platform to build social relations among people sharing similar interests and activities. The underlying structure of a social networks service is the social graph, where nodes represent users and the arcs represent the users' social links and other kind of connections. One important concern in social networks is privacy: what others are (not) allowed to know about us. The "logic of knowledge" (epistemic logic) is thus a good formalism to define, and reason about… 

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