Über den Autor
Dr. Ajith Abraham is Director of the Machine Intelligence Research (MIR) Labs, a global network of research laboratories with headquarters near Seattle, WA, USA. He is an author/co-author of more than 750 scientific publications. He is founding Chair of the International Conference of Computational Aspects of Social Networks (CASoN), Chair of IEEE Systems Man and Cybernetics Society Technical Committee on Soft Computing (since 2008), and a Distinguished Lecturer of the IEEE Computer Society representing Europe (since 2011).
Part I: Privacy and TrustComputational Social Networks: Security and PrivacyMostafa Salama, Mrutyunjaya Panda, Yomna Elbarawy, Aboul Ella Hassanien and Ajith AbrahamSecurity, Privacy and Trust in Social NetworksKaruppanan KomathyBlogging Around the Globe: Motivations, Privacy Concerns and Social NetworkingMei KobayashiPrivacy in Online Social NetworksMichael Beye, Arjan Jeckmans, Zekeriya Erkin, Qiang Tang, Pieter Hartel and Inald LagendijkPrivacy Settings in Online Social Networks as a Conflict of InterestsMax-R. UlbrichtA Reliability-Based Metric for Inferring Trust from Recommendations in Knowledge Sharing NetworksWeisen Guo and Steven KrainesPart II: Security and ApplicationsMeasurement Methods of User Behavior in Online Social NetworksLaszlo Gyarmati and Tuan Anh TrinhExploring Influence and Interests among Users within Social NetworksJose Simoes, Julia Kiseleva, Elena Sivogolovko and Boris NovikovUser Cooperation, Virality and Gaming in a Social Mobile Network: The Gedda-Headz ConceptCsaba Varga, Laszlo Blazovics, Hassan Charaf and Frank FitzekAn Effective User-Driven Framework for Selection of Social Network ServicesSalaja Silas, Kirubakaran Ezra and Elijah Blessing RajsinghOpinion Mining for Social Networking: An Approach and ImpactIrfan Siddavatam and Ashwini DalviPart III: AnonymityProviding Group Anonymity in Social NetworksOleg Chertov and Dan TavrovAnonymisation of Social Networks and a Rough Set ApproachBalakrushna TripathyBehavioural Patterns and Social Networks in Anonymity SystemsKamil Malinka and Petr Hanek
This book is the second of three volumes that illustrate the concept of social networks from a computational point of view. The book contains contributions from a international selection of world-class experts, concentrating on topics relating to security and privacy (the other two volumes review Tools, Perspectives, and Applications, and Mining and Visualization in CSNs). Topics and features: presents the latest advances in security and privacy issues in CSNs, and illustrates how both organizations and individuals can be protected from real-world threats; discusses the design and use of a wide range of computational tools and software for social network analysis; describes simulations of social networks, and the representation and analysis of social networks, with a focus on issues of security, privacy, and anonymization; provides experience reports, survey articles, and intelligence techniques and theories relating to specific problems in network technology.
Presents the latest advances in security and privacy issues in computational social networks, and illustrates how both organizations and individuals can be protected from real-world threatsDiscusses the design and use of a wide range of computational tools and software for social network analysisProvides experience reports, survey articles, and intelligence techniques and theories relating to specific problems in network technology