Traffic Characteristics and Communication Patterns in Blogosphere

  title={Traffic Characteristics and Communication Patterns in Blogosphere},
  author={Fernando Duarte and Bernardo Mattos and Azer Bestavros and Virg{\'i}lio A. F. Almeida and Jussara M. Almeida},
We present a thorough characterization of the access patterns in blogspace – a fast-growing constituent of the content available through the Internet – which comprises a rich interconnected web of blog postings and comments by an increasingly prominent user community that collectively define what has become known as the blogosphere. Our characterization of over 35 million read, write, and administrative requests spanning a 28-day period is done from three different blogosphere perspectives. The… CONTINUE READING
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