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Contributions à l'étude des réseaux sociaux : propagation, fouille, collecte de données

Erick Stattner 1 
1 Ingénierie des données et connaissances
LAMIA - Laboratoire de Mathématiques Informatique et Applications
Abstract : The concept of network provides a model for representing a wide variety of objects and systems, both natural and social, in which a set of homogeneous or heterogeneous entities interact. It is now widely used to describe various kinds of relational structures. However, if everyone has an idea of the concept of network, we often ignore the implications that these structures have in real world phenomena. This is for example the case of processes such as the spread of a rumor, the disease transmission, or even the emergence of subjects of common interest for a group of individuals, in which the relations maintained between individuals, and their nature, often prove to be the main factors determining the evolution of the phenomenon. This is the reason why the study of networks has become one of the emerging areas in the 21st century called the "Science of networks." In this thesis, we address three issues of the domain of the science of networks: the problem of diffusion in social networks, where we have addressed more particularly the impact of the network dynamics on the diffusion process, the problem of the analysis of social networks, in which we have proposed a solution to take full advantage of all information available on the network by combining information on both structure and node attributes and the central problem of the social data collection, for which we have focused on the particular case of the data collection in a wild environment.
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Erick Stattner. Contributions à l'étude des réseaux sociaux : propagation, fouille, collecte de données. Système multi-agents [cs.MA]. Université des Antilles-Guyane, 2012. Français. ⟨tel-00830882⟩



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