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Collective Behaviors and Networks

Type of publication Peer-reviewed
Publikationsform Other publication (peer-review)
Publication date 2014
Project Production and consumption of information in large-scale social media
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Other publication (peer-review)

Publisher Springer Verlang, N/A
ISBN N/A
DOI 10.1140/epjds/s13688-014-0037-6

Open Access

Abstract

The goal of this thematic series is to provide a discussion venue about recent advances in the study of networks and their applications to the study of collective behavior in socio-technical systems. The series includes contributions exploring the intersection between data-driven studies of complex networks and agent-based models of collective social behavior. Particular attention is devoted to topics aimed at understanding social behavior through the lens of data about technology-mediated communication. These include: modeling social dynamics of attention and collaboration, characterizing online group formation and evolution, and studying the emergence of roles and interaction patterns in social media environments.
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