Behavior Analysis in Social Networks
- User behaviors of social networks
Their willingness to adopt social network services based on their self-demand, social influence, and social network technologies, as well as the sum of the various related activities.
- Semantic behaviors of social networks
The inferred behaviors of users in real life based on the user behaviors of social networks, usually contents published by users of social networks.
- User adoption in social networks
Their willingness and actions to adopt the social network services based on their self-demand, social influence, and social network technologies.
Technology acceptance model
Theory of planned behavior
Expectation confirmation theory
Aiming at significant requirement in national security and society development, such as Internet public opinion analysis and induction,...
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