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4th Int'l AAAI Conference on Weblogs and Social Media. May 23-26, 2010. Washington
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4th Int'l AAAI Conference on Weblogs and Social Media

May 23-26, 2010, George Washington University, Washington, DC

Sponsored by the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence.

The International Conference on Weblogs and Social Media is a unique venue that brings together researchers from the disciplines of NLP, Social Psychology, Data Mining, Sociology and Visualization to increase our understanding of social media in all its incarnations. Research that blends social science and technology is especially encouraged.

The 2010 meeting will be held in Washington DC, where government innovators are experimenting with the use of social media to increase transparency and better engage with the citizenry. The conference will take advantage of this venue to invite leaders from "The Goverati" to share their experiences in the use of social media.

Bob Kraut
Michael Kearns
Carnegie Mellon University
U Penn
Designing Online Communities from Theory
Behavioral Experiments in Strategic Networks

Macon Phillips, U.S. White House, Head of New Media
James Pennebaker, Dept Psychology, U Texas
Nicole Ellison, Dept Telecomm, Mich State
S. Craig Watkins, Dept Radio, TV, Film, U Texas
Don Burke, CIA, Intellipedia
Haym Hirsh, NSF IIS

Aquí tenéis algunos de los papers aceptados:

Full Papers

10: Activity Lifespan: An Analysis of User Survival Patterns in Online Knowledge Sharing Communities
Jiang Yang, Xiao Wei, Mark S. Ackerman, Lada A. Adamic

17: Predicting Elections with Twitter: What 140 Characters Reveal about Political Sentiment
Andranik Tumasjan, Timm O. Sprenger, Philipp G. Sandner, Isabell M. Welpe

19: How Does the Data Sampling Strategy Impact the Discovery of Information Diffusion in Social Media?
Munmun De Choudhury, Yu-Ru Lin, Hari Sundaram, K. Selcuk Candan, Lexing Xie, Aisling Kelliher

20: Sequential Influence Models in Social Networks
Dan Cosley, Daniel Huttenlocher, Jon Kleinberg, Xiangyang Lan, Siddharth Suri

30: Tweeting from the Town Square: Measuring Geographic Local Networks
Sarita Yardi, danah boyd

35: ICWSM - A Great Catchy Name: Semi-Supervised Recognition of Sarcastic Sentences in Product Reviews
Oren Tsur, Dmitry Davidov, Ari Rappoport

38: Measuring User Influence on Twitter: The Million Follower Fallacy
Meeyoung Cha, Hamed Haddadi, Fabricio Benevenuto, and Krishna P. Gummadi
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