A State of the Art on Social Network Analysis and its Applications on a Semantic Web

Abstract : The increasingly popular web 2.0 sites provide the largest social network ever analyzed - users are now considered as plain web resources. Some researchers apply classical methods of social network analysis to such networks; others provide models to leverage the semantics of their representation. We present a state of the art of these two approaches and propose an architecture to merge and exploit the best features of each.
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Guillaume Ereteo, Michel Buffa, Fabien Gandon, Patrick Grohan, Mylène Leitzelman, et al.. A State of the Art on Social Network Analysis and its Applications on a Semantic Web. SDOW2008, 2008, Germany. ⟨hal-00562064⟩

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