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zahra batooli
what are the most important research social networking site for research practice (Except researchgate)?
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Daqing He
Dear Mendeley user,

We are iRiS Lab at University of Pittsburgh and are conducting a study to learn how researchers use academic social networking sites (ASNS). Please find the following link to the questionnaire that asks a variety of questions about your attitudes toward your usages of Mendeley. The average survey duration is 6-8 minutes.

Link:http://katz.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_0AOfXSyfFYN3Gtv&gid=486591&did=23

We will only analyze your answers in aggregation, and will not release them to others. This study has been approved by the University of Pittsburgh Institutional Review Board (# PRO12090367). We hope you can participate in our study. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at dahpitt618@live.com.

Sincerely,

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University of Pittsburgh
Daqing He
Daqing He Apologize for cross-posting this. We still need more people. This survey will open to late November. Thank you
2nd November
zahra batooli
hi
I need a list of tools that are important for designing a social neworks. such as
Apache web , mysql , Php web , Active server pages (ASP). Net 2.0 , internet information services , SQL server 2005 , Ruby , Sun Microsystems solaris , Tomcat and jetty , lacene
would you mind helping me please.
thanks
zahra batooli
Dear all
I have a question. I need a list of features that to optimization a n academic social networks
thanks you very much
mohamed ali
Thank you very much Joined with me.Please send your research papers relating to java languages and cloud operating systems for my research on the above subjects. my E-mail is mohamedarsu@gmail.com
God Bless....
Bruno Goncalves
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Sergey Fedorchenko
Sergey Fedorchenko That's interesting. Thank you!
4th December
alexander garcia davalos
"Distinguishing influence-based contagion from
homophily-driven diffusion in dynamic networks"
http://mnd.ly/K5G4F1
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Pedro Ivo
hey guys... anyone know where i can find something about the echelon project?
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Emma Nordbäck
Anyone interested in virtual teams, please join the group Virtual teams. Any contribution is welcome. BR, Emma
Ingo Scholtes
How do processes in social networks affect networked computing systems and how can knowledge about these processes improve the engineering of technical systems?

Please consider to contribute your thoughts to the First International Workshop on Socio-Aware Networked Computing Systems (SocioAware 2011) to be held in Ann Arbor, MI, USA on October 3rd 2011.

CFP and more information are available at www.socioaware.net.
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Prem Kumar Aparanji
Does Homophily or any other social phenomena (other than social translucence) affect collaborative filtering (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Collaborative_filtering)?
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Papers in this group should shed light on either how information travels though networks (propagation) or on how certain processes (such as homophily, social influence) affect the topology. However please don't put "link prediction" literature here. Although link prediction would certainly fit here, it's become such a large field of research that I think it should have its own collection, and it does: I have another group called "Link Prediction."

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