Temporal social network
Evolution of a particular social community can be represented as a sequence of events (changes) following each other in the successive timeframes within the temporal social network. In other words, the evolution is described by identified group transformations from time Ti to Ti+1 (i is the period index).
Asur et al. distinguish five possible events that may happen to groups, i.e., they may dissolve, form, continue, merge, and split (Asur et al. 2007).
Pala et al. identify six distinct transformations: growth, contraction, merging, splitting, birth, and death (Palla et al. 2007).
Bródka et al. in turn describe seven noticeable event types: continuing, shrinking, growing, splitting, merging, dissolving, and forming (Bródka et...
This work was partially supported by Wrocław University of Science and Technology statutory funds and the Polish National Science Centre, decisions no. 2013/09/B/ST6/02317.
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