Lecture Notes in Social Networks (LNSN) comprises volumes covering the theory, foundations and applications of the new emerging multidisciplinary field of social networks analysis and mining. LNSN publishes peer- reviewed works (including monographs, edited works) in the analytical, technical as well as the organizational side of social computing, social networks, network sciences, graph theory,sociology, Semantics Web,Web applications and analytics, information networks, theoretical physics, modeling, security, crisis and risk management, and other related disciplines. The volumes are guest-edited by experts in a specific domain. This series is indexed by DBLP.
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