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Ontology-Aware Classification and Association Rule Mining for Interest and Link Prediction in Social Networks.

Conference: Social Semantic Web: Where Web 2.0 Meets Web 3.0, Papers from the 2009 AAAI Spring Symposium, Technical Report SS-09-08, Stanford, California, USA, March 23-25, 2009
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ABSTRACT Previous work on analysis of friendship networks has identi- fied ways in which graph features can be used for prediction of link existence and persistence, and shown that features of user pairs such as shared interests can marginally improve the precision and recall of link prediction. This marginal improvement has, to date, been severely limited by the flat representation used for interest taxonomies. We present an approach towards integration of such graph features with on- tology-enriched numerical and nominal features (based on interest hierarchies) and on itemset size-sensitive associa- tions found using interest data. A test bed previously devel- oped using the social network and weblogging service Live- Journal is extended using this integrative approach. Our re- sults show how this semantically integrative approach to link mining yields a boost in precision and recall of known friendships when applied to this test bed. We conclude with a discussion of link-dependent features and how an integra- tive constructive induction framework can be extended to incorporate temporal fluents for link prediction, interest pre- diction, and annotation in social networks.

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