Rank Based Virtual Community Detection in Mobile User NetworkAuthor : S. S. Sunanna and S. Aji
Volume 7 No.3 October-December 2018 pp 58-61
A virtual community network is a network of individuals who are sharing something in common such as behavior, thoughts, and ideas. The detection of virtual communities in social networks encourages the researchers in the computational and social science to invest more effort and time to explore the different properties of virtual networks. This paper introduces, mobile user network, another application area of virtual community networks with some proven techniques. The work explains the link prediction methods in which the relation between the different parameters in the dataset is explored. The virtual network hence formed could give more insights to the investors in the mobile communication domain to fulfill the customers’ needs and attract more users to their tent.
OSN, Virtual community, Call log Network, Social Network Analysis
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