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Final Conference Program

NOTE: For all attendees that have registered to the full conference (including workshop) or workshop only, you will receive an invitation for an account for the DiscoverText software that will be used during the workshop.   Please download the software before the workshop.  If there are any questions on this software, please direct them to Stuart Shulman stu@polsci.umass.edu.

 

Keynote Speakers announced:

Zhen Liu, Microsoft, China

Chunming Hu, Beihang University, China

Wayne Huang, Ohio State University, USA

Guanling Chen, University of Massachusetts at Lowell, USA

Mu Li, Baidu, China

Alvin Chin, Microsoft, China

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SocialCom is the premier international forum for research on information and communication technologies that consider social context. The program will be two tracks of oral sessions with posters.

Topics of particular interest include, but are not limited to:

Social Networks, Media and Services Track: (1) Social Networks, (2) Semantic Web, (3) Mobile Social, (4) Social Media Analytics and Social Media Intelligence, (5) Service Science, Quality, Architecture, Management, Tools and Care Studies, (6) Trust, Privacy, Risk and Security in Social Contexts, (7) Social Networks/Media/Service System Design and Architectures, (8) Applications: collaborative filtering, bookmarking, tagging, and multi-agent systems, user generated contents, blogs, wikis, and discussions, etc.

Social Signal Processing Track: (1) Social Intelligence and Social Cognition, (2) Social Behavior Modeling, (3) Social Behavior Analysis Synthesis, (4) Emotional Intelligence, Cultural Dynamics, Opinion Representation, and Influence Process, (5) Reality Mining, (6) SSP in Human-Computer Interaction and Interface Design, (7) SSP in Robot Cognition and Action, (8) Data Mining, Machine Learning, Information Retrieval, Artificial Intelligence in Social Contexts, (9) Social signal Processing System Design and Architecture, (10) Applications: socially-adapt interfaces, implicit (human-behavior-based) tagging, reality mining systems.