Assignment wiki for the course "Algorithms for the web and for social networks" (BISS 2012)

This wiki is dedicated to the Ph.D. students who are attending (or attended) the course "Algorithm for the web and for social networks", part of the Bertinoro International Spring School 2012.
Students that want to make the final exam are kindly requested to follow the instructions contained in this page.

  1. Read carefully the Assignment proposals.
  2. Join the Google Group BISS2012AWSN.
  3. Go to the Students' Data page, sign in (using the link in the page footer) and add your personal data.
  4. Find a group of colleagues to work with: the assignment proposals describes what are the required constraints on group sizes; exceptions (groups that are smaller than the minimum, or larger than the maximum) are allowed provided that they are well  grounded. (See below)
  5. Add the data concerning your group to one of the three tables below.

Assignment #1: Project proposal


Project proposal
Group name Group members' names Proposed title (provisional) Contact e-mail address (one per group) If the group size is not in the prescribed range, explain why (you can write "Explained by e-mail" and send me a personal e-mail instead) Brief description (may be empty, for the moment)





 



Assignment #2: Reference review


Reference review
Group name Group members' names Proposed title (provisional) Contact e-mail address (one per group) If the group size is not in the prescribed range, explain why (you can write "Explained by e-mail" and send me a personal e-mail instead) Brief description (may be empty, for the moment)
Massri Khalil Massri Human Encounters as Dynamic Graph massri@dis.uniroma1.it
 
review for the dynamic graph analysis that can be used for
detecting social relationships among people 
 FilFar

Filippo Bergamasco

&

Farshad Nourbakhsh

Overlapping community detection in graphs

 fbergama@gmail.com

 

  A review of recent state-of-the-art techniques for detecting overlapping communities from social networks domains described by graphs.
Scalas

Alceste Scalas

Relationship-Based Access Control in Social Networks

alceste.scalas@unica.it    

 

 Explained by e-mail A review of graph-based access control schemes used in social network systems, and the research on (formal) methods for asserting their security.
Unige

Alessandro Solimando

Hassan Mahmoud

Maurizio Leotta

Duplicate and near-duplicate detection for Web Crawlers in mirroring scenarios

alessandro.solimando at disi dot unige dot it    

 

  A survey on duplicate and near-duplicate detection for Web-Crawlers, especially in mirroring scenarios, with a novel contribution.
 Spiraf

Raffaele Spinelli

Graph models for social netowrk analysis

 spinelli at dia.unisa.it

 

  A survey on the usage of graph models to approximate social netowrk.
 Unipi Michele Girolami
Giulio Rossetti
Giovanni Micale
 Graph compression  michele dot girolami at isti dot cnr dot it    A survey on the graph compression techniques
 Unipi     Davide Basile
Paolo Cintia 
 Graph algorithms   basile at di dot unipi do it    A survey on algorithms for large graphs                                    
 Unipi3     Nicoletta Triolo
Barbara Guidi    
 Distributed Index Construction    
 triolo at di dot unipi dot it
guidi at di dot unipi dot it
           
 Unito      Fabio Tordini
Erika De Benedetti
Elena Gianaria
 Focused and Domain-Specific Web Crawling
 tordini [at] di.unito.it
   A review on Focused Web Crawling, explaining its differences from the "common" (broad) Web Crawling; research techniques; page-analysis and information retrieval based on a specific domain. 
 Unito2 Pierluigi Grillo
Emilio Sulis
Link analysis and community detection methods
 sulis [at] di.unito.it
   A review of community detection methods in social networks



 Unito3  Manuela Sanguinetti
Cristina Battaglino
Federico Capuzzimati
 Ontology-based Social Network Representation
and Analysis: a Survey
 msanguin [at] di.unito.it     A survey on interconnection between Semantic Web and Social Network Analysis fields, including a focus on Social Media Streams Analysis. An overview of proposed techniques and approaches is provided.
Unibo1     Luca Bedogni
Flavio Bertini
Crawlers' frequency regulation for page refreshing
 lbedogni [at] cs.unibo.it
 fbertini [at] cs.unibo.it
  A survey on the state of the art about different techniques for deciding the frequency of pages' visit by crawlers.
 Unito4 Francesco Osborne
Favio Varesano
 User Data Discovery and Aggregation on Social Network osborne [at] di.unito.it  A review of different techniques to automatically discover multiple identities of the same user on Social Networks and aggregate his or her data from the various sources.

Assignment #3: Software writing


Software writing
Group name Group members' names Proposed title (provisional) Contact e-mail address (one per group) If the group size is not in the prescribed range, explain why (you can write "Explained by e-mail" and send me a personal e-mail instead) Brief description (may be empty, for the moment)





 

Subpages (1): Students' Data Page