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Thursday, June 15, 2006
Papers from AAAI 2006 Symposia on Computational Approaches to Analyzing Weblogs
Another set of papers, from Computational Approaches to Analyzing Weblogs. It's pretty annoying that they don't have links to the papers there - I had to dig them out manually via Google, so the list includes only those papers I found online (and I didn't try to search for posters).
- Investment and attention in the weblog community, Cameron Marlow
- The Identity of Bloggers: Openness and gender in personal weblogs, Scott Nowson and Jon Oberlander
- *On the Summarization of Dynamically Introduced Information, Liang Zhou and Eduard Hovy
- Capturing Global Mood Levels using Blog Posts, Gilad Mishne and Maarten de Rijke
- Effects of Age and Gender on Blogging, Jonathan Schler, Moshe Koppel, Shlomo Argamon, and James Pennebaker
- *Corpus-based Approach to Finding Happiness, Rada Mihalcea and Hugo Liu
- **Finding your way through blogspace: Using semantics for cross-domain blog analysis, Bettina Berendt and Roberto Navigli
- *Mining Community Structure of Named Entities from Web Pages and Blogs, Xin Li, Bing Liu, and Philip S. Yu
- Predicting Movie Sales from Blogger Sentiment, Gilad Mishne and Natalie Glance
- *Enabling Management Oversight in Corporate Blog Space, Dawei Song, Peter Bruza, Robert McArthur, and Tim Mansfield
- 24 Hours in the Blogosphere, Matthew Hurst
- SVMs for the Blogosphere: Blog Identification and Splog Detection, Pranam Kolari, Tim Finin, and Anupam Joshi
- A Weblog Grounded to the Real World, Kosuke Numa, Hideaki Takeda, Hiroki Uematsu, Takuichi Nishimura, Yutaka Matsuo, Masahiro Hamasaki, Noriyuki Fujimura, Keisuke Ishida, Tom Hope, Yoshiyuki Nakamura, Satoshi Fujiyoshi, Kazuya Sakamoto, Hiroshi Nagata, Osamu Nakagawa and Eiji Shinbori
Papers of WWW2006 workshop on the weblogging ecosystem
Papers from 3rd Annual Workshop on the Weblogging Ecosystem (see also papers from 2004 and 2005 workshops).
- *Leave a Reply: An Analysis of Weblog Comments, Gilad Mishne and Natalie Glance
- The Ties that Blog: Examining the Relationship Between Social Ties and Continued Participation in the Wallop Weblogging System, Thomas Lento, Howard T. Welser, Lei Gu and Marc Smith
- *Blogs During the London Attacks: Top Information Sources and Topics, Mike Thelwall
- Experiments on Persian Weblogs, Kyumars Sheykh Esmaili, Mohsen Jamali, Mahmood Neshati, Hassan Abolhassani and Yasaman Soltan-Zadeh
- **Discovery of Blog Communities Based on Mutual Awareness, Yu-Ru Lin, Hari Sundaram, Yun Chi, Jun Tatemura and Belle Tseng
- Characterizing the Splogosphere, Pranam Kolari, Akshay Java and Tim Finin
- Detecting Blog Spams using the Vocabulary Size of All Substrings in Their Copies, Kazuyuki Narisawa, Yasuhiro Yamada, Daisuke Ikeda and Masayuki Takeda
- Collaborative Blog Spam Filtering Using Adaptive Percolation Search, Seungyeop Han, Yong-yeol Ahn, Sue Moon and Hawoong Jeong
- *Decomposing Bloggers' Moods: Towards a Time Series Analysis of Moods in the Blogosphere, Krisztian Balog and Maarten de Rijke
- **Extracting Topics From Weblogs Through Frequency Segments, Mizuki Oka, Hirotake Abe and Kazuhiko Kato
- BLOGRANGER - A Multi-Faceted Blog Search Engine, Ko Fujimura, Hiroyuki Toda, Takafumi Inoue, Nobuaki Hiroshima, Ryoji Kataoka and Masayuki Sugizaki
- *Browsing System for Weblog Articles based on Automated Folksonomy, Tsutomu Ohkura, Yoji Kiyota and Hiroshi Nakagawa
I seriousely considered going, but it would cut a week from my honeymoon... At least now there is nice collection for reading.
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