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CfP: Modeling Social Media

Markus Strohmaier has pointed out the following CfP to me: International Workshop on Modeling Social Media 2010 (MSM’10). It takes place June 13th, 2010, and is co-located with Hypertext 2010, Toronto, Canada. Submission deadline is April 9th, 2010 and topics are

  • new modeling techniques and approaches for social media
  • models of propagation and influence in twitter, blogs and social tagging systems
  • models of expertise and trust in twitter, wikis, newsgroups, question and answering systems
  • modeling of social phenomena and emergent social behavior
  • agent-based models of social media
  • models of emergent social media properties
  • models of user motivation, intent and goals in social media
  • cooperation and collaboration models
  • software-engineering and requirements models for social media
  • adapting and adaptive hypertext models for social media
  • modeling social media users and their motivations and goals
  • architectural and framework models
  • user modeling and behavioural models
  • modeling the evolution and dynamics of social media

More information can be found on the workshop home page.

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ACM SIGMM 1st International Workshop on Social Media (WSM2009)

in conjunction with ACM Multimedia 2009, Oct. 19-24, 2009, Beijing, P.R. China

Important dates:

Submission deadline – 5 July, 2009
Notification date – 17 July, 2009
Camera ready date – 24 July, 2009
Workshop date – 23 October, 2009

Background:

Recent years have witnessed a growing number of user-centric multimedia applications, especially with the popularity of web 2.0. Examples include Flickr, YouTube, Facebook, MySpace, Orkut, fotocommunity.com, etc. The emerging applications on social web and social networks have produced a new type of multimedia content, termed as “social media” here as it is created by people using highly accessible and scalable publishing technologies for sharing via the web. With social media, web images, videos and audios are generally accompanied by rich contextual information, such as, tag, category, title, metadata, comments, and viewer ratings, etc. Massive emerging social media data offer new opportunities for resolving the long-standing challenges in multimedia understanding, e.g., the semantic gap issue. This new media also introduces many challenging and new research problems and as well as many exciting real-world applications (e.g. social image search, social group recommendation, etc.). This workshop solicits novel contributions on various aspects of social media research. Workshop papers will elaborate related theory, methodology, algorithms and issues associated to social media content creation, manipulation, content analysis, storage, search, learning, and mining.

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