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Paper Session Schedule

Presentation Time

  • Full papers: 30min (about 22-25min presentation, 5-8min QA)
  • Short papers: 15min (about 10-12min presentation, 3-5min QA)
  • Demo papers: 5min (no QA time)

DAY 1: November 25, Monday

Session 1: 17:15-18:30 (75min): Social Applications 1

(Chair: Asako Miura, Kwansei Gakuin University)

  • (Full) A Divide-and-Conquer Approach for Crowdsourced Data Enumeration
    Hideto Aoki and Atsuyuki Morishima
  • (Short) An Approach to Building High-Quality Tag Hierarchies from Crowdsourced Taxonomic Tag Pairs
    Fahad Almoqhim, David E. Millard and Nigel Shadbolt
  • (Short) A Novel Social Event Recommendation Method Based on Social and Collaborative Friendships
    Yu-Chun Sun and Chien Chin Chen
  • (Demo) Social Listening for Customer Acquisition
    Juan Du, Biying Tan, Feida Zhu and Ee-Peng Lim
  • (Demo) Pilot Study toward realizing Social Effect in O2O Commerce Services
    Tse-Ming Tsai, Ping-Che Yang and Wen-Nan Wang
  • (Demo) Metro: Exploring Participation in Public Events
    Luca Chiarandini, Luca Maria Aiello, Neil O’Hare and Alejandro Jaimes

Session 2: 17:15-18:30 (75min): Sentiment and Opinion Analysis

(Chair: Hisashi Miyamori, Kyoto Sangyo University)

  • (Full) Unsupervised Opinion Targets Expansion and Modification Relation Identification for Microblog Sentiment Analysis
    Jenq-Haur Wang and Ting-Wei Yeh
  • (Full) An Ontology-based Approach to Sentiment Classification of Mixed Opinions in Online Restaurant Reviews
    Hea-Jin Kim and Min Song
  • (Short) Polarity Detection of Foursquare Tips
    Felipe Moraes, Marisa Vasconcelos, Patrick Prado, Daniel Dalip, Jussara Almeida and Marcos Gonçalves

DAY 2: November 26, Tuesday

Session 3: 11:00 – 12:30 (90min): Spatial Social Data

(Chair: Akiyo Nadamoto, Konan University)

  • (Full) Social-Urban Neighborhood Search based on Crowd Footprints Network
    Shoko Wakamiya, Ryong Lee and Kazutoshi Sumiya
  • (Full) Social Sensing for Urban Crisis Management: The Case of Singapore Haze
    Philips Kokoh Prasetyo, Ming Gao, Ee-Peng Lim and Christie Napa Scollon
  • (Short) Predicting Social Density in Mass Events to Prevent Crowd Disasters
    Bernhard Anzengruber, Danilo Pianini, Jussi Nieminen and Alois Ferscha
  • (Short) Traffic Condition is more than Colored Lines on a Map: Characterization of Waze Alerts
    Thiago H. Silva, Pedro Olmo Vaz de Melo, Aline Carneiro Viana, Jussara M. Almeida, Juliana Salles and Antonio A. F. Loureiro

Session 4: 11:00 – 12:30 (90min): Social Content Analysis 1

(Chair: Gael Dias, Normandie University)

  • (Full) Modeling Analogies for Human-Centered Information Systems
    Christoph Lofi and Christian Nieke
  • (Full) The Study of Social Mechanisms of Organization, Boundary Capabilities, and Information System
    Shiuann-Shuoh Chen, Pei-Yi Chen, Yu Min and Yu-Wei Chuang
  • (Full) Diversity-Based HITS: Web Page Ranking by Referrer and Referral Diversity
    Yoshiyuki Shoji and Katsumi Tanaka

Session 5: 14:00 – 15:30 (90min): Credibility of Social Content

(Chair: Roger Evans, University of Brighton)

  • (Full) Automating Credibility Assessment of Arabic News
    Mohamed Hammad and Elsayed Hemayed
  • (Full) Resilience of Social Networks Under Different Attack Strategies
    Mohammad Ayub Latif, Muhammad Naveed and Faraz Zaidi
  • (Short) Temporal, Cultural and Thematic Aspects of Web Credibility
    Radoslaw Nielek, Aleksander Wawer, Michal Jakowski-Lorek and Adam Wierzbicki
  • (Short) Aspects of Rumor Spreading on a Microblog Network
    Sejeong Kwon, Meeyoung Cha, Kyomin Jung, Wei Chen and Yajun Wang

Session 6: 14:00 – 15:30 (90min): Social Networks

(Chair: Yasuhito Asano, Kyoto University)

  • (Full) Information vs Interaction: An Alternative User Ranking Model for Social Networks
    Wei Xie, Ai Phuong Hoang, Feida Zhu and Ee-Peng Lim
  • (Full) Optimal Scales in Weighted Networks
    Diego Garlaschelli, Sebastian E. Ahnert, Thomas M. A. Fink and Guido Caldarelli
  • (Short) Factors that Influence Social Networking Service Private Information Disclosure at Diverse Openness and Scopes
    Basilisa Mvungi and Mizuho Iwaihara
  • (Short) Why Do I Retweet It? An Information Propagation Model for Microblogs
    Fabio Pezzoni, Jisun An, Andrea Passarella, Jon Crowcroft and Marco Conti

Session 7: 16:00 – 17:30 (90min): Community Detection and Analysis

(Chair: Dariusz Krol, Bournemouth University)

  • (Full) A Fast Method for Detecting Communities from Tripartite Networks
    Kyohei Ikematsu and Tsuyoshi Murata
  • (Full) Passive Participation in Communities of Practice: Scope and Motivations
    Azi Lev-On and Odelia Adler
  • (Short) Changing with Time: Modelling and Detecting User Lifecycle Periods in Online Community Platforms
    Matthew Rowe
  • (Short) On Constrained Adding Friends in Social Networks
    Hoang Bao Thien and Abdessamad Imine

Session 8: 16:00 – 17:30 (90min): User Studies

(Chair: Rafal Rzepka, Hokkaido University)

  • (Full) A Notification-centric Mobile Interaction Survey and Framework
    Jonas Elslander and Katsumi Tanaka
  • (Full) Predicting User’s Political Party using Ideological Stances
    Swapna Gottipati, Minghui Qiu, Liu Yang, Feida Zhu and Jing Jiang
  • (Short) The estimation of aNobii users’ reading diversity using book co-ownership data: a social analytical approach
    Muh-Chyun Tang, Yi-Ling Ke and Yi-Jin Sie
  • (Short) How do Students Search during Class and Homework? A query log analysis for academic purposes
    Rafael López-García, Makoto P. Kato, Yoko Yamakata and Katsumi Tanaka

DAY 3: November 27, Wednesday

Session 9: 10:00 – 11:30 (90min): Social Content Analysis 2

(Chair: Feida Zhu, Singapore Management University)

  • (Full) Using and Asking: APIs Used in the Android Market and Asked About in StackOverflow
    David Kavaler, Daryl Posnett, Clint Gibler, Hao Chen, Premkumar Devanbu and Vladimir Filkov
  • (Full) The Three Dimensions of Social Prominence
    Diego Pennacchioli, Giulio Rossetti, Luca Pappalardo, Fosca Giannotti, Dino Pedreschi and Michele Coscia
  • (Short) Society as a Life Teacher – Automatic Recognition of Instincts Underneath Human Actions by Using Blog Corpus
    Rafal Rzepka and Kenji Araki
  • (Short) Modeling Social Capital of Bureaucratic Hierarchy for Analyzing Promotion Decisions
    Jyi-Shane Liu, Zhuan-Yao Lin and Ke-Chih Ning

Session 10: 10:00 – 11:30 (90min): Social Applications 2

(Chair: Mizuho Iwaihara, Waseda University))

  • (Full) Feature Extraction and Summarization of Recipes using Flow Graph
    Yoko Yamakata, Shinji Imahori, Yuichi Sugiyama, Shinsuke Mori and Katsumi Tanaka
  • (Full) An Ontology-based Technique for Online Profile Resolution
    Keith Cortis, Simon Scerri, Ismael Rivera and Siegfried Handschuh
  • (Full) The Babel of Software Development: Linguistic Diversity in Open Source
    Bogdan Vasilescu, Alexander Serebrenik and Mark G. J. van den Brand

Session 11: 14:15-15:30 (75min): Final Session (Best Paper Award Session) and Conference Closing

(Chair: Adam Jatowt, Kyoto University)

  • (Full) Follow My Friends This Friday! An Analysis of Human-generated Friendship Recommendations
    Ruth Garcia Gavilanes, Neil O’Hare, Luca Maria Aiello and Alejandro Jaimes
  • (Full) Automatic Thematic Content Analysis: Finding Frames in News
    Daan Odijk, Björn Burscher, Rens Vliegenthart and Maarten de Rijke