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M3SN 2009
Workshop on Modeling, Managing, and Mining of Evolving Social Networks
Dates Mar 29, 2009 (iCal) - Mar 29, 2009
Homepage: research.microsoft.com/dmx/M3SN
Location: Shanghai, China
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Important dates
Submissions: Nov 18, 2008
Notification: Dec 15, 2008
Camera ready due: Jan 2, 2009
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                            Workshop on 
  Modeling, Managing, and Mining of Evolving Social Networks (M3SN)  
                       In conjunction with 
  the 25th International Conference on Data Engineering ICDE'09, 
                  Shanghai, China. March 29, 2009 
        Web Page: http://research.microsoft.com/dmx/M3SN/ 

Online social networking is gradually turning into the primary means
of interacting with friends and peers online, forming new social ties,
or most commonly as a way of users to manage their "personal spaces".
Study of these large-scale social networking systems, their 
evolution, and development of data mining techniques that turn the
rich latent information within these networks into actionable
intelligence is of great interest. Presence of a diversity of content
(photos, videos, travel maps, reviews, interactive gaming, etc.) as
well as a variety of interaction paths (explicit friendships, links to
bookmarks or blogs, comments left on blogs, etc.) give raise to a
number of new and unique research challenges in terms of their
management, mining and modeling. Their effective solution requires
deeper collaboration amongst research areas ranging from graph theory
to sociology and economic models to data engineering. In this workshop
we aim to bring together academic researchers and practitioners to
address the open research challenges in dynamic social networks. We
solicit original high-quality submissions dealing with various aspects
of modeling and mining of evolving social networks with applications
to recommendation systems, targeted advertising, and classification/
clustering of entities. 


- Modeling of Social Networks
  o Evolutionary models for social networks.
  o Privacy and security issues.
  o Modeling trust and reputation in social networks.

- Recommendation
  o Importance of friendship links in social recommender systems.
  o Impact of recommendation models on the evolution of the social network.
  o Classification models and their application in social recommender systems.

- Advertisement models
  o Influence models and their application in social environment
  o Social advertising.
  o Use of social networks for marketing

- Search in social media
  o Web page ranking informed by social media.
  o Expertise discovery.
  o Collaborative Filtering.
  Papers due:                            November 18, 2008 
  Notification to Authors :              December 15, 2008 
  Camera ready versions:                 January 2, 2009
  Workshop:                              March 29, 2009 

  All papers must represent original and unpublished work that is not 
  currently under review. Papers will be evaluated according to their 
  significance, originality, technical content, style, clarity, and 
  relevance to the workshop. Research papers must be formatted using 
  the 8/5"x11" IEEE camera-ready format; templates are available at: 
  Full papers should not exceed 8 pages, short papers not 
  exceed 4 pages and be submitted using the M3SN site at: 

  Edward Y. Chang  - Director of Research, Google China
  Sihem Amer-Yahia - Yahoo! Research	


Workshop Organizers
  Ralitsa Angelova, Max-Planck Institute for Informatics, Germany 
  Srikanta Bedathur, Max-Planck Institute for Informatics, Germany    
  Arnd Christian Konig, Microsoft Research, USA 
  Andrei Broder, Yahoo! Research, USA 

Program Committee:
  Eytan Adar 	      University of Washington, USA
  James Caverlee      Texas A&M University, USA
  Debora Donato       Yahoo! Research, Spain
  Thomas Hofmann      Google Europe
  Matthew Hurst       Microsoft Live Labs, USA
  Jeanette Janssen    Dalhousie University, Canada
  Georgia Koutrika    Stanford University, USA
  Evangelos Milios    Dalhousie University, Canada
  Bamshad Mobasher    DePaul University, USA
  Ingmar Weber        EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland

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Facts about "M3SN 2009"
AcronymM3SN 2009 +
Camera ready dueJanuary 2, 2009 +
End dateMarch 29, 2009 +
Has coordinates31° 13' 56", 121° 28' 9"Latitude: 31.232272222222
Longitude: 121.469175
Has location cityShanghai +
Has location countryCategory:China +
Homepagehttp://research.microsoft.com/dmx/M3SN +
NotificationDecember 15, 2008 +
Start dateMarch 29, 2009 +
Submission deadlineNovember 18, 2008 +
TitleWorkshop on Modeling, Managing, and Mining of Evolving Social Networks +