In this chapter, we first discuss the definition of signal and its relationship to information and knowledge. We then present a number of operations that have been developed to process signals for various applications over the years of research. We then introduce the notion of social multimedia signals as a fresh way to look at social network phenomenon.
KeywordsSocial Network Social Network Analysis Multimedia Content Social Media Data Video Archive
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