Small World Folksonomies : Clustering in Tri-Partite Hypergraphs

@inproceedings{Schmitz2006SmallWF,
  title={Small World Folksonomies : Clustering in Tri-Partite Hypergraphs},
  author={Christoph Schmitz},
  year={2006}
}
Many recent Web 2.0 resource sharing applications can be subsumed under the “folksonomy” moniker. Regardless of the type of resource shared, all of these share a common structure describing the assignment of tags to resources by users. In this report, we generalize the notions of clustering and characteristic path length which play a major role in the current research on networks, where they are used to describe the small-world effects on many observable network datasets. To that end, we show… CONTINUE READING
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