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Sarabchi, F. (author)
Predicting the popularity of contents in social networks is quite important for several applications such as viral marketing, news propagation and personalization. In this work, we developed an statistical learning approach to predict the popularity of tweets in the twitter social network. We extracted several user-based, tweet-based and network...
master thesis 2015
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Setiya, K. (author)
High-tech and dynamic markets are faced with a rapidly changing environment and consumer requirements. At the same time, UGC is increasing drastically over the past years. UGC is becoming increasingly important in purchasing decisions while the business intelligence methods that leverage UGC are still in their infancy. A model that presents a...
master thesis 2014
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Dullemond, K. (author)
More and more, software engineering projects are no longer carried out in a single office building, but instead in multiple dislocated office buildings or even from home. When the development process is distributed between several geographically dispersed locations this is known as Global Software Engineering or GSE. The team members working on...
doctoral thesis 2014
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Duan, S. (author)
This thesis describes our approach to microblog search personalization. The approach uti-lizes implicit information about the user’s interests to personalize original search results. We first present how do we model users’ preferences on Twitter. Subsequently, we investi-gate different ways to represent search results so that they can be...
master thesis 2014
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Gao, Q. (author)
Microblogging has become a popular mechanism for people to publish, share, and propagate information on the Web. The massive amount of digital traces that people have left in the microblogging sphere, creates new possibilities and poses challenges for user modeling and personalization. How can microblogging activities be exploited to infer...
doctoral thesis 2013
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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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