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Cluster Computing

, Volume 22, Supplement 6, pp 14625–14635 | Cite as

Identifying trusted similar users using stochastic model and next-closure based knowledge model in online social networks

  • A. Christiyana ArulSelviEmail author
  • S. Sendhilkumar
  • G. S. Mahalakshmi
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Abstract

The social network is a medium where people of different religions, races, languages, hobbies, etc. come together and exchange information and knowledge without any social restrictions. Though they are divergent in many areas of their existence, they are all brought together by their interests. They tend to have closer communication only with those who have similar interests and trust. So identifying users of similar interest and evaluating their trustworthiness is mandatory in an online social network (OSN). As the user behavior in social network is dynamic, the stochastic process which evolves the randomness over the period is employed to compute the closeness between users in OSN. The current work proposes to identify the similar interested groups, based on the knowledge-based model through the provenance factors using formal concept analysis (FCA) and Jaccard index. The probability of closeness is derived using stochastic process reflecting the trustability of the user with respect to the different type of interaction behavior such as like, comment and chat.

Keywords

Trust Stochastic process Behavioral based model FCA Jaccard index Knowledge based model User grouping User interest User profile 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of ISTAnna UniversityChennaiIndia
  2. 2.Department of CSEAnna UniversityChennaiIndia

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