A user-centered and group-based approach for social data filtering and sharing

Abstract : Social networking sites (SNSs) like Facebook, Google+, Twitter, LinkedIn have become a very important part of our daily life. People are connected to multiple SNSs for networking, communicating, collaborating, sharing and seeking for information. Although, the diversity of current SNSs increases and enriches our online experience, they cause some problems. One of the major issues is that users are often overwhelmed by the huge number of social data. It is even worse as these social data are scattered across disconnected SNSs. To address such problems, we propose a user-centered and group-based approach for social data filtering and sharing. First, it allows users to aggregate their social data from different SNSs and to extract relevant contents. Users explicitly define their interests via specific queries, using information filtering techniques, the system will retrieve new corresponding contents. Second, it is expected to extend its first user-centered purpose by allowing group-based information sharing and management. Users can share some part of their own social data with and collectively define the information organization within their respective groups. To describe further and illustrate our proposed approach, a system architecture and a prototype are also presented in this paper. A primary test was carried out and showed encouraging results confirming the added values of our approach.
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Xuan-Truong Vu, Marie-Hélène Abel, Pierre Morizet-Mahoudeaux. A user-centered and group-based approach for social data filtering and sharing. Computers in Human Behavior, Elsevier, 2015, Special Issue on Computing for Collaborative Learning in the Social networks and new media era, 51, pp.1012-1023. ⟨10.1016/j.chb.2014.11.079⟩. ⟨hal-01101056⟩

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