social graph


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social graph

A chart that depicts the relationship between all the people in a community, country or on the planet. Facebook's concept of the social graph is the relationship between individuals and their friends, as well as what they like, listen to and watch.
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"Researchers like myself were using social graph to show how bad Facebook's content moderation was," she told AFP.
It can look at a member's past behavior and social graph to recommend webinars or conference sessions they'd want to attend.
It bases an innovative credit decisioning model, by leveraging millions of data points to profile individuals based on their financial behaviors within a Social Graph of a vast number of potential borrowers.
"Getting good data on 50 million people from a relatively neutral, nonpartisan source that is diversely spread, and not just clustered in one tiny segment of the social graph - that's a big deal," said Matthew Hindman, a George Washington University associate professor who researches online campaigning and Internet politics.
As the Washington Post (https://www.washingtonpost.com/business/economy/facebooks-rules-for-accessing-user-data-lured-more-than-just-cambridge-analytica/2018/03/19/31f6979c-658e-43d6-a71f-afdd8bf1308b_story.html?utm_term=.91f440ddff1b) reported , the Obama for America political action group "built a database of every American voter using the same Facebook developer tool...known as the social graph API."
If the term sounds familiar, it's because Google and Facebook have similar structures--the "knowledge graph" and the "social graph," respectively.
This section presents the foundation of HAC, including the attributes in OSN, the social graph with attributes, and the model components.
Social network sites are premised on the notion of a social graph. The term social graph refers to the specific connections among persons and between people and digital entities, like fan pages.
Zingales and Rolnik suggest an analogy: social graph portability.
For a social graph having n users (vertices), a tuple [d.sub.G] = ([d.sub.1], [d.sub.2], [d.sub.3], ..., [d.sub.n]) where [d.sub.i] represents the degree of vertex V According to definition in [10], graph is k-anonymized if every value in tuple [d.sub.G] repeats for at least k-times and such degree sequence is called as anonymized degree sequence.
Drivers will be invited to share information from their calendars, social graph, location, music preferences and more, to create dynamic and locally relevant entertainment experiences.
Key words: Internet, advertising competition, two-sided market, big data, individual data, social graph, relevant market media.