Special session “Social Networks Analysis and Mining”
Prof. Lotfi Ben Romdhane,
Professor and Director ISITCom, University of Sousse, Tuisia
Social networks are becoming a valuable source of information for individuals, companies and companies. Indeed, the data within these social networks is a mine of information whose applications range from social behavior modeling and analysis to recommender systems. However, despite their ubiquity, social networks analysis and mining raises several challenges at both theoretical and practical levels. Indeed, social networks are time-varying and distributed by nature. In addition, the huge amount of data makes computational complexity a major concern for the algorithms to be developed. This algorithmic efficiency is further hampered by privacy concerns when dealing with private data. The session on social network mining and analysis aims at bringing together practitioners and researchers to make them able to share their knowledge in social network analysis. Both theoretical and experimental submissions are encouraged.
Topics include -but not limited to:
- Community detection
- Influence Maximization
- Recommendation systems
- Behavioral analysis
- Privacy preservation in social computing
- Social media analysis
- Misinformation and rumor blocking
- User credibility assessment in social networks
- Criminals and terrorists’ detection in online social networks
Paper Submission: August 30th, 2020.
Acceptance Notification: September 26, 2020.
Camera-ready Submission: October 10, 2020.
Author registration: From September 26 to October 15, 2020.
Authors should submit a paper (3 to 6 pages length) describing their original unpublished work in the topics related to the symposium.
ISAECT2020 requieres the usage of the IEEE templates in Microsoft Word (US Letter) and LaTeX format that can be found:
Authors are invited to submit their papers in PDF format only by using the submission interface of the Symposium (EasyChair), August 15th, 2020 at the latest.
For uploading their papers, authors must create an account on the submission interface of the Symposium after which they will receive an ID and a password for every submitted paper .
- Lobna Hloua, ESSTHS, University of Soussen, Tunisia
- Wafa Karoui, ISI, University of Tounes Elmanar, Tunisia
- Zahia Guessoum, University of Reims, France
- Majed Chambah, University of Reims, France
- Shengrui Wang, University of Sherbrooke, Canada