ASU Electronic Theses and Dissertations
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Node proximity measures are commonly used for quantifying how nearby or otherwise related to two or more nodes in a graph are. Node significance measures are mainly used to find how much nodes are important in a graph. The measures of node proximity/significance have been highly effective in many predictions and applications. Despite their effectiveness, however, there are various shortcomings. One such shortcoming is a scalability problem due to their high computation costs on large size graphs and another problem on the measures is low accuracy when the significance of node and its degree in the graph are not related. ...
- Kim, Jung Hyun, Candan, K. Selcuk, Davulcu, Hasan, et al.
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Internet and social media devices created a new public space for debate on political and social topics (Papacharissi 2002; Himelboim 2010). Hotly debated issues span all spheres of human activity; from liberal vs. conservative politics, to radical vs. counter-radical religious debate, to climate change debate in scientific community, to globalization debate in economics, and to nuclear disarmament debate in security. Many prominent ’camps’ have emerged within Internet debate rhetoric and practice (Dahlberg, n.d.). In this research I utilized feature extraction and model fitting techniques to process the rhetoric found in the web sites of 23 Indonesian Islamic religious organizations, later ...
- Tikves, Sukru, Davulcu, Hasan, Sen, Arunabha, et al.
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