Perception of Online Social Networks

  title={Perception of Online Social Networks},
  author={Travis Green and Aaron J. Quigley},
  booktitle={Mining and Analyzing Social Networks},
This paper examines data derived from an application on that investigates the relations among members of their online social network. It confirms that online social networks are more often used to maintain weak connections but that a subset of users focus on strong connections, determines that connection intensity to both connected people predicts perceptual accuracy, and shows that intra-group connections are perceived more accurately. Surprisingly, a user’s sex does not influence… 
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