Comparison of online social relations in volume vs interaction: a case study of cyworld

  • Chun H
  • Kwak H
  • Eom Y
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Online social networking services are among the most popular Internet services according to and have become a key feature in many Internet services. Users interact through various features of online social networking services: making friend relationships, sharing their photos, and writing comments. These friend relationships are expected to become a key to many other features in web services, such as recommendation engines, security measures, online search, and personalization issues. However, we have very limited knowledge on how much interaction actually takes place over friend relationships declared online. A friend relationship only marks the beginning of online interaction.

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  • Hyunwoo Chun

  • Haewoon Kwak

  • Young Ho Eom

  • Yong Yeol Ahn

  • Sue Moon

  • Hawoong Jeong

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