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Matching User Profiles Across Social Networks

Abstract : Social Networking Sites, such as Facebook and LinkedIn, are clear examples of the impact that the Web 2.0 has on people around the world, because they target an aspect of life that is extremely important to anyone: social relationships. The key to building a social network is the ability of finding people that we know in real life, which, in turn, requires those people to make publicly available some personal information, such as their names, family names, locations and birth dates, just to name a few. However, it is not uncommon that individuals create multiple profiles in several social networks, each containing partially overlapping sets of personal information. Matching those different profiles allows to create a global profile that gives a holistic view of the information of an individual.
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Nacéra Bennacer Seghouani, Coriane Nana Jipmo, Antonio Penta, Gianluca Quercini. Matching User Profiles Across Social Networks. CAiSE 2014, Jun 2014, Thessaloniki, Greece. pp.424-438. ⟨hal-01005347⟩



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