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ASONAM 2010 - CALL FOR PARTICIPATION (9-11 August 2010, Odense,
Denmark) []
(The 2010 International Conference on Advances in Social Network
Analysis and Data Mining)
(OSINT-WM 2010 [] will also be held in conjunction
with ASONAM 2010)

Conference Information:
Following the great success of ASONAM09 in Athens (20-22 July 2009),
ASONAM2010 will be held in Odense, Denmark, August 9-11, 2010. ASONAM
will provide an interdisciplinary venue for practitioners and
researchers from a variety
of Social Network Analysis and Mining (SNAM) fields to promote
collaborations and exchange of ideas and practices
with a specific focus on emerging trends.

ASONAM conference proceedings will be published by IEEE Computer
Society Press(Technical Co-sponsorship by IEEE Computer Society -

Registration details can be accessed from

Tentative ASONAM 2010 Program []
       ASONAM & OSINT-WM Keynote Speakers:
       -Data Mining for Networks - The Good and the Bad
               Stanley Wasserman, Indiana University
       -Enhancing Early Warning with Open Source Intelligence
               Johnny Engell-Hansen, Head of Operations Unit Council
of the European Union
       -Operating Risk Intelligence in an Age of Information Abundance
               Andrew Chester, Juno Risk Solutions
       -Bridging the "Two Cultures" of Open Source Intelligence
               Chris Pallaris, i-intelligence,
       -Multilingual Event Extraction for Border Security Intelligence Gathering
               Jakub Piskorski, Joint Research center, European Commission
       -Trends in Terrorist Propaganda
               Berto Jongman , Dutch Ministry of Defense

       OSINT-WM 2010 Inaugural Talk
       -Please Hurry
               Arno H. P. Reuser, Defense Intelligence and Security
Service, The Netherlands

       Date: 9 August 2010, 10:30-12:30
       Session: Applications of Social Networks (Room: O-99)
       -A Social Network Analysis and Mining  Methodology for the Monitoring
of Specific Domains in the Blogosphere
               Darko Obradovid, Stephan Baumann and Andreas Dengel
       -Learning from the Past: An Analysis of Person Name Corrections in
DBLP Collection and Social Network Properties
       of Affected Entities
               Florian Reitz and Oliver Hoffmann
       -The Structure of the Computer Science Knowledge Network
               Manh Cuong Pham and Ralf Klamma
       -Business-oriented Analysis of a Social Network of University Students
               Vincent Labatut and Jean-Michel Balasque

       Session: Social Network Analysis(Room: O-95)
       -Product adoption networks and their growth in a large mobile
phone network
               Pål Roe Sundsøy, Johannes Bjelland, Geoffrey Canright, Kenth
Engø-Monsen and Rich Ling
       -Labeling Communities using Structural Properties
               Mohan Saravanan, Garigipati Prasad, Karishma Surana and
Dew Suganthi
       -Online social network popularity evolution: an additive mixture model
               Thomas Couronne, Alina Stoica and Jean-Samuel Beuscart
       -Community Aware Personalized Web Search
               Omair Shafiq, Reda Alhajj and Jon G. Rokne
       -Enriching and Simplifying Communication by Social Prioritization
               Juwel Rana, Johan Kristiansson and Kåre Synnes

       Workshop on Mining Social Networks for Decision Support(Room: O-96)
       -Automatic Detection of Social Tag Spams Using a Text Mining Approach
               Hsin-Chang Yang and Chung-Hong Lee
       -Improving marketing response by data mining in social network
               Jerzy Surma and Anna Furmanek
       -Identifying Themes in Social Media and Detecting Sentiments
               Jayanta Kumar Pal and Abhisek Saha
       -A Hierarchical Algorithm for Clustering Extremist Web Pages
               Xingqin Qi, Kyle Christensen, Robert Duval, Edgar Fuller, Arian
Spahiu, Qin Wu and Cun-Quan Zhang
       -A Dynamic and Task-Oriented Social Network Extraction System Based
on Analyzing Personal Social Data
               Kai-Yu Wang, I-Hsien Ting, Hui-Ju Wu and Pei-Shan Chang

       Date: 9 August 2010, 15:15-17:25
       Session: Social Aspects I (Room: O-99)
       -Empirical Study of Social Features’ Roles in Buyers’ Complex
Decision Making
               Li Chen
       -Detecting Social Positions using Simulation
               Joel Brynielsson, Johanna Högberg, Lisa Kaati,
Christian Mårtenson
and Pontus Svenson
       -What Can the Temporal Social Behavior Tell Us? An Estimation of
Vertex-Betweenness Using Dynamic Social
               Jing-Kai Lou, Shou-de Lin, Kuan-Ta Chen And Chin-Laung Lei
       -Opinion Detection in Blogs: What is still Missing?
               Malik Muhammad Saad Missen, Mohand Boughanem and
Guillaume Cabanac
       -Analyzing the Blogosphere for Predicting the Success of Music and
Movie Products
               Fabian Abel, Ernesto Diaz-Aviles, Nicola Henze, Daniel Krause and
Patrick Siehndel

       Session: Algorithms for Social Networks I (Room: O-95)
       -Incremental Detection of Local Community Structure
               L. Karl Branting
       -Application of Genetic Algorithms to the Identification of Website
Link Structure
               Rocío Martínez Torres, Beatriz Palacios Florencio, Sergio Toral
Marín and Federico Barrero García
       -Iterative Annotation of Multi-relational Social Networks
               Stéphane Peters, Ludovic Denoyer and Patrick Gallinari
       -Efficient Extraction of High-Betweenness Vertices
               Wen Haw Chong, Wei Shan Belinda Toh and Loo Nin Teow
       -Detecting Communities in Massive Networks based on Local Community
Attractive Force Optimization
               Qi Ye, Bin Wu, Yuan Gao and Bai Wang

       Session: Detecting Various Aspects in Social Networks (Room: O-96)
       Profiling Phishing Emails Based on Hyperlink Information
               -John Yearwood, Musa Mammadov and Arunava Banerjee
       Assessing Expertise Awareness in Resolution Networks
               -Yi Chen, Shu Tao, Xifeng Yan, Nikos Anerousis, Qihong Shao
       Faving Reciprocity in Content Sharing Communities: A comparative
analysis of Flickr and Twitter
               -Jong Gun Lee, Panayotis Antoniadis and Kavé Salamatian
       Identifying Networks of Semantically-Similar Individuals from Public
Discussion Forums
               -James A. Danowski
       The Effect of Network Realism on Community Detection Algorithms
               -Günce K. Orman and Vincent Labatut

       Date: 10 August 2010, 11:30-12:45
       Open Source INTelligence and Web Mining 2010 Symposium(Room: O-99)
       -A Global Measure for Estimating the Degree of Organization of
Terrorist Networks
               Khaled Dawoud, Reda Alhajj and Jon Rokne
       -Detecting New Trends in Terrorist Networks
               Uffe Kock Wiil, Nasrullah Memon and Panagiotis Karampelas
       -Text-Based Web Page Classification with Use of Visual Information
               Vladimír Bartík
       -A Case Study of Open Source and Public Participation in Catalyzing
Social Innovations
               Helen K. Liu and Jodi Sandfort

       Session: Social Aspects II(Room: O-95)
       -Leveraging contextual information to explore posting and linking
behaviors of bloggers
               Sofus A. Macskassy
       -White’s Three Disciplines and Relative Valuation Order: Countering
the social ignorance of automated data
       collection and analysis
               Steven McDermott
       -Detecting Leaders in Behavioral Networks
               Ilham Esslimani, Armelle Brun, Anne Boyer

       Session: Models for Social Networks I(Room: O-96)
       -Tracking the Evolution of Communities in Dynamic Social Networks
               Derek Greene, D?nal Doyle and Pádraig Cunningham
       -Rhythm and Randomness in Human Contact
               Mervyn P. Freeman, Nicholas W. Watkins, Eiko Yoneki,
and Jon Crowcroft
       -An Analysis of Communities in Different Types of Online Forums
               Mikolaj Morzy

       Date: 11 August 2010, 10:30-12:35
       Session: Clustering, Data Mining & Identification(Room: O-99)
       -A Multiobjective and Evolutionary Clustering Method for Dynamic Networks
               Francesco Folino and Clara Pizzuti
       -Overlapping Community Detection by Collective Friendship Group Inference
               Bradley S. Rees and Keith B. Gallagher
       -Clustering Social Networks Using Distance-preserving Subgraphs
               Ronald Nussbaum, Abdol-Hossein Esfahanian, and Pang-Ning Tan
       -Web Clustering Using Social Bookmarking Data with Dimension
Reduction Regarding Similarity
               Hidekazu Yanagimoto, Michifumi Yoshioka and Sigeru Omatu
       -Key player identification: a note on weighted connectivity games and
the Shapley value
               Roy Lindelauf and Iris Blankers
       -Dynamic Features of Social Tagging Vocabulary: Delicious,
Flickr and YouTube
               Daifeng Li, Ying Ding, Zheng Qin, Staša Milojevid, Bing He, Erjia
Yan and Tianxi Dong

       Session: Privacy and Security(Room: O-95)
       -A Framework for Improved Adolescent and Child Safety in MMOs
               Lyta Penna, Andrew Clark and George Mohay
       -Measuring Link Importance in Terrorist Networks
               Uffe Kock Wiil, Jolanta Gniadek and Nasrullah Memon
       -Optimizing Multiple Centrality Computations for Reputation Systems
               Christian von der Weth, Klemens Böhm and Christian Hütter
       -New Approach to Manage Security Against Neigborhood Attacks in
Social Networks
               B. K. Tripathy and Gouri Kumar Panda
       -Virus Propagation Modeling in Facebook
               Wei Fan and Kai Hau Yeung

       Session: Algorithms for Social Networks II(Room: O-96)
       -Fast Discovery of Reliable Subnetworks
               Petteri Hintsanen, Hannu Toivonen and Petteri Sevon
       -Detecting highly overlapping communities with Model-based
Overlapping Seed Expansion
               Aaron McDaid and Neil Hurley
       -Quest: An Adaptive Framework for User Profile Acquisition from
Social Communities of Interest
               Nima Dokoohaki and Mihhail Matskin
       -Information propagation analysis in a social network site
               Matteo Magnani, Danilo Montesi and Luca Rossi

       Date: 11 August 2010, 13:45-15:30
       Session: Representation, Visualization, and Interaction(Room: O-99)
       -Pixel-Oriented Visualization of Change in Social Networks
               Klaus Stein, René Wegener and Christoph Schlieder
       -Using Vector Clocks to Visualize Communication Flow
               Martin Harrigan
       -COSI: Cloud Oriented Subgraph Identification in Massive Social Networks
               Matthias Bröcheler, Andrea Pugliese and V.S. Subrahmanian
       -Visualizing the evolution of users’ profiles from online social networks
               Dieudonné Tchuente, Marie-Françoise Canut, Nadine
Baptiste Jessel,
André Péninou, Anass El Haddadi

       Session: Models for Social Networks II(Room: O-95)
       -Semi-Supervised Classification of Network Data Using Very Few Labels
               Frank Lin and William W. Cohen
       -How to Forget the Second Side of the Story: A New Method for the
One-Mode Projection of Bipartite Graphs
               Katharina A. Zweig
       -A study on social network metrics and their application in
trust networks
               Iraklis Varlamis, Magdalini Eirinaki and Malamati Louta
       -Subjective Document Classification using Network Analysis
               Minkyoung Kim, Byoung-Tak Zhang and June-Sup Lee

       Session: Recommendation and Prediction(Room: O-96)
       -A Unified Framework for Link Recommendation Using Random Walks
               Zhijun Yin, Manish Gupta, Tim Weninger, Jiawei Han
       -Mining Interaction Behaviors for Email Reply Order Prediction
               Byung-Won On, Ee-Peng Lim, Jing Jiang, Amruta Purandare
and Loo-Nin Teow
       -Crumblr: Aggregation and Sharing of Spatial Content in Mobile
               Dragan Šunjka, Darko Obradovid and Andreas Dengel
       -A Movie Rating Prediction Algorithm with Collaborative Filtering
               O. Bora Fikir, lker O. Yaz and Tansel Özyer
       -Supervised Machine Learning applied to Link Prediction in Bipartite
Social Networks
               Nasserine Benchettara, Rushed Kanawati and Céline Rouveirol

       Poster Sessions (9-11 August 2010):
       -An Empirical Analysis on Social Capital and Enterprise 2.0
Participation in a Research Institute
               Ferron Michela, Frassoni Marco, Massa Paolo, Napolitano
Maurizio, Setti Davide
       -Community Comparison in Communication Networks
               Belkacem Serrour and Hamamache Kheddouci
       -Hierarchy in Germany’s Corporate Network
               Mishael Milakovid, Matthias Raddant, and Laura Birg
       -A multidisciplinary model of dynamic and semantic social networks
analysis for institutions
               Christophe Thovex and Francky Trichet
       -Comparison of feature-based criminal network detection models with
k-core and n-clique
               Fatih Ozgul, Zeki Erdem, Chris Bowerman and Claus Atzenbeck
       -Designing, Analyzing and Exploiting Stake-based Social Networks
               Tsung-Ting Kuo, Jung-Jung Yeh, Chia-Jen Lin, Shou-De Lin
       -Mining Potential Partnership through Opportunity Discovery in
Research Networks
               Alessandro Cucchiarelli and Fulvio D’Antonio
       -Augmenting Rapid Clustering Method for Social Network Analysis
               J. Prabhu, M. Sudharshan, M. Saravanan and G.Prasad
       -Linking Collaborative Filtering and Social Networks: Who are my Mentors?
               Armelle Brun and Anne Boyer
       -Finding Patterns of Students’ Behavior in Synthetic Social Networks
               Gamila Obadi, Pavla Drázdilová, Jan Martinovic,
Katerina Slaninováy
and Václav Snášel
       -Social Network Analysis of Iran’s Green Movement Opposition Groups
using Twitter
               Kaveh Ketabchi Khonsari, Zahra Amin Nayeri, Ali
Fathalian and Leila Fathalian

Tansel Özyer
Department of Computer Engineering
TOBB ETU, Ankara Turkey

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