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    The social distributional hypothesis: a pragmatic proxy for homophily in online social networks

    Mitzlaff, Folke; Atzmueller, Martin; Hotho, Andreas; Stumme, Gerd in Social Network Analysis and Mining 2014 .

    Applications of the Social Web are ubiquitous and have become an integral part of everyday life: Users make friends, for example, with the help of online social networks, share thoughts via Twitter, or collaboratively write articles in Wikipedia. All such interactions leave digital traces; thus, users participate in the creation of heterogeneous, distributed, collaborative data collections. In linguistics, the
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    DOIhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s13278-014-0216-2
    Tags2014  distributional  for:dmir  hypothesis  myown  pragmatic  proxy  social  sys:relevantfor:l3s 

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