Social Dynamics in Conferences: Analyses of Data from the Live Social Semantics Application

  title={Social Dynamics in Conferences: Analyses of Data from the Live Social Semantics Application},
  author={Alain Barrat and Ciro Cattuto and Martin Szomszor and Wouter Van den Broeck and Harith Alani},
  booktitle={International Semantic Web Conference},
Popularity and spread of online social networking in recent years has given a great momentum to the study of dynamics and patterns of social interactions. However, these studies have often been confined to the online world, neglecting its interdependencies with the offline world. This is mainly due to the lack of real data that spans across this divide. The Live Social Semantics application is a novel platform that dissolves this divide, by collecting and integrating data about people from (a… CONTINUE READING
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