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Speekenbrink, R.J.H. (author)
Dit boek behandelt een visie op online media bij Nederlandse universiteiten. Daarbij beperk ik me tot die aspecten waarin online communicatie en/of online marketing een rol speelt. Dit boek behandelt niet de onderwijsgerelateerde aspecten van online media. Elektronische leeromgevingen, sociale media in het klaslokaal (ten behoeve van het...
book 2013
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Zhang, H.F. (author)
Microblog service has been becoming popular all over the world. The number of people owning a microblog account has been exponentially increasing during the last few years. With the development of microblog, more and more enterprises, media and political organizations open the microblog accounts. They make full use of the microblog platform to...
master thesis 2012
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Gadiraju, U.K. (author)
Depending on the needs of a user, searching on Twitter streams has proven to be very useful for a wide range of applications. Twitter however, has large volumes of information available in the form of tweets, that are shared by mil- lions of users. We have observed that many of these tweets contain mutually redundant information and due to this,...
master thesis 2012
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Song, B. (author)
With the rise of social networking platforms, a great amount of data has been generated. Extracting information regarding interesting events from this large data pool has become an interesting direction of research. Multiple tools have been built for this challenge. Detecting the signals for a target event has thus become a crucial task and it...
master thesis 2012
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Charalampidou, K. (author)
Mass processing of social media posts has been brought to scientists' attention during the last decade. The massive growth of online social networks, like Twitter and Facebook, have created a need for determining peoples' opinions and moods through these means. This thesis constitutes a research on measuring users' sentiment upon a particular...
master thesis 2012
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Stronkman, R.J.P. (author)
How can Twitter be exploited to fulfill information needs of users on Twitter during incidents? In this Thesis this question wil be investigated and a strategy to locate tweets which fulfill information needs will be introduced. First, techniques are proposed to automatically detect incidents given an unstructured incident data source and...
master thesis 2011
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