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Friend Recommendation Scheme Using Moving Patterns of Mobile Users in Social Networks
Bok, Kyoungsoo; Seo, Kiwon; Lim, Jongtae; Yoo, Jaesoo;
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 Abstract
With the development of information technologies and the wide spread of smart devices, the number of users of social network services has increased exponentially. Studies that identify user preferences and recommend similar users in these social network services have been actively done. In this paper, we propose a new scheme to recommend social network friends with similar preferences through the moving pattern analysis of mobile users. The proposed scheme removes the meaningless trajectories via companions, short time trajectories, and repeated trajectories to determine the correct user preference. The proposed scheme calculates user similarity using the meaningful trajectories and recommends users with similar preferences as friends. It is shown through performance evaluation that the proposed scheme outperforms the existing schemes.
 Keywords
Friend Recommendation;Moving Pattern;Social Network;Mobile Network;
 Language
Korean
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