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Predicting User Roles in Social Networks using Transfer Learning with Feature Transformation

11/09/2016
by   Jun Sun, et al.
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How can we recognise social roles of people, given a completely unlabelled social network? We present a transfer learning approach to network role classification based on feature transformations from each network's local feature distribution to a global feature space. Experiments are carried out on real-world datasets. (See manuscript for the full abstract.)

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