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  • We have many different social networking applications for different purposes.
  • The maid features of the current social web: Web 2.0Brad Fitzpatrick – Social Network Fatigue
  • OPO: Online Presence Ontology
  • Example: Link person’s data from messaging board, blog and foaf profile
  • Folksnomy: SCOT (Social Semantic Cloud of Tags), MOAT (Meaning Of A Tag), FolksOntologySemantic Microblogging SMOBFacebook like button to embed external page data with facebook profileSemantic searchSemantic Wiki- Content + Vocabulary
  • - To exchange information and help us to improve our work
  • Information based: IRC channel, Interest based: Messaging board and forumsLocation based: Book club, neighborhood watchExpert based:
  • Linked Data alreadyinrelinked people and their data with interests and friends interests
  • Multidimension network – Network of people, network of data, Overlapping networkNetwork generation  Social network and content corpus◦ Measuring Network Properties  Centrality and clustering coefficient for each actor◦ Time Series Analysis Generates regression model statistics and influence network diagram Shows statistically significant effects between variables
  • Enaktin

    1. 1. Social Network and Semantic Web<br />By: Priyanka Singh<br />IAM, School of Electronics and Computer Science<br />University of Southampton<br />ps1w07@ecs.soton.ac.uk<br />Supervisor- Prof. Nigel R. Shadbolt<br />Second Supervisor- Dr. Manuel Salvadores<br />
    2. 2. Content<br />Introduction<br />Semantic Web + Social Web <br />Semantic Web Social Applications<br />Using Semantic Web social data<br />Social Networking & Communities<br />Role of Linked Data<br />Issues with social data<br />
    3. 3. Social Web<br />
    4. 4. Social Web<br />Object centered connection<br />Closed network and data silos<br />Social network fatigue<br />Isolated communities of user and data<br />Connectivity and portability between different networks?<br />
    5. 5. Semantic Web + Social Web<br />Use semantics to describe resources (URIs, RDFa)<br />Ontologies to describe concepts (FOAF, SIOC, OPO)<br />Share resources across platform and networks<br />Interlinking of data<br />Search and query<br />
    6. 6. Semantic Web + Social Web<br />
    7. 7. Semantic Web Social Applications<br />Semantic Tagging<br />Semantic Microblogging<br />Facebook Open Graph<br />Semantic Wikis<br />
    8. 8. Using Semantic Social Data<br />Distributed and decentralized Social Web<br />Interoperability and data portability<br />Social network analysis<br />Enhanced recommendation and data visualization<br />Can we quickly create a community according to need or interest or find experts?<br />
    9. 9. Medium of Communication<br />Personal Network (Facebook, Myspace)<br />Professional Network (LinkedIn, Yammer)<br />Media Sharing (Flickr, YouTube)<br />Blogging and Microblogging (Twitter, Wordpress)<br />Collective Knowledge (Wikipedia, Stackoverflow)<br />Communication (IRC, Online Chat, Skype)<br />Others (Message boards, forums, mailing list, etc) <br />
    10. 10. Why form communities?<br />Information exchange and self interest<br />Symbiotic relation and social exchange<br />Recommender system<br />Expert finder<br />Other Incentives (social recognition, personal satisfaction)<br />
    11. 11. Types of Community<br />Information based<br />Interest based<br />Location based<br />Expert based<br />
    12. 12. Role of Linked Data<br />
    13. 13. Role of Linked Data<br />Multidimensional Network<br />Structured data<br />Linking People to People and People to Data<br />Smart query<br />Social Network Analysis<br />
    14. 14. Issues with Semantic Web<br />Not all data are open and linked<br />Lack of consistent ontologies and data description<br />Privacy and security<br />Lack of incentive to open and link personal data.<br />
    15. 15. Work done<br />Crime Ontology<br />Interlinking publications data with Dbpedia<br />Co-wrote paper for ESWC11- “Distributed Human Computation Framework for Linked Data Co-reference Resolution”<br />Create victim support group in a localityand find an expert Psychologist nearby as a mediator? <br />
    16. 16. Thank you<br />Questions?<br />

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