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245 00 Social Computing, Behavioral-Cultural Modeling and 
       Prediction|h[electronic resource] :|b7th International 
       Conference, SBP 2014, Washington, DC, USA, April 1-4, 
       2014. Proceedings /|cedited by William G. Kennedy, Nitin 
       Agarwal, Shanchieh Jay Yang. 
264  1 Cham :|bSpringer International Publishing :|bImprint: 
       Springer,|c2014. 
300    XVI, 432 p. 142 illus.|bonline resource. 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
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490 1  Lecture Notes in Computer Science,|x0302-9743 ;|v8393 
490 0  Springer eBooks.|aComputer Science 
505 0  Table of Contents.-Oral Presentations -- Human Development
       Dynamics: An Agent Based Simulation of Adaptive 
       Heterogeneous Games and Social Systems -- Mobility 
       Patterns and User Dynamics in Racially Segregated 
       Geographies of US Cities -- Incorporating Interpretation 
       into Risky Decision-Making: A Computational Model -- 
       Labeling Actors in Social Networks Using a Heterogeneous 
       Graph Kernel -- Sample Size Determination to Detect Cusp 
       Catastrophe in Stochastic Cusp Catastrophe Model: A Monte-
       Carlo Simulation-Based Approach -- Who Will Follow a New 
       Topic Tomorrow? -- Identifying Emergent Thought Leaders --
       System-Subsystem Dependency Network for Integrating 
       Multicomponent Data and Application to Health Sciences -- 
       How Individuals Weigh Their Previous Estimates to Make a 
       New Estimate in the Presence or Absence of Social 
       Influence -- Two 1%s Doń鴠Make a Whole: Comparing 
       Simultaneous Samples from Twitteŕ鳠Streaming API -- 
       Estimating Social Network Structure and Propagation 
       Dynamics for an Infectious Disease -- Predicting Social 
       Ties in Massively Multiplayer Online Games -- Winning by 
       Following the Winners: Mining the Behaviour of Stock 
       Market Experts in Social Media -- Quantifying Political 
       Legitimacy from Twitter -- Path Following in Social Web 
       Search -- Multi-objective Optimization for Multi-level 
       Networks -- Cover Your Cough! Quantifying the Benefits of 
       a Localized Healthy Behavior Intervention on Flu Epidemics
       in Washington DC -- Integrating Epidemiological Modeling 
       and Surveillance Data Feeds: A Kalman Filter Based 
       Approach -- Identifying Users with Opposing Opinions in 
       Twitter Debates -- A New Approach for Item Ranking Based 
       on Review Scores Reflecting Temporal Trust Factor -- 
       Segmenting Large-Scale Cyber Attacks for Online Behavior 
       Model Generation -- Emergent Consequences: Unexpected 
       Behaviors in a Simple Model to Support Innovation Adoption,
       Planning, and Evaluation -- Deriving Population Assessment
       through Opinion Polls, Text Analytics, and Agent-Based 
       Modeling. mFingerprint: Privacy-Preserving User Modeling 
       with Multimodal Mobile Device Footprints -- Poster 
       Presentations -- Using Trust Model for Detecting Malicious
       Activities in Twitter -- Predicting Guild Membership in 
       Massively Multiplayer Online Games -- Emoticon and Text 
       Production in First and Second Languages in Informal Text 
       Communication -- The Needs of Metaphor -- Behavior in the 
       Time of Cholera: Evidence from the 2008-2009 Cholera 
       Outbreak in Zimbabwe -- Mutual Information Technique in 
       Assessing Crosstalk through a Random-Pairing Bootstrap 
       Method -- New Methods of Mapping: The Application of 
       Social Network Analysis to the Study of the Illegal Trade 
       in Antiquities -- A New Paradigm for the Study of 
       Corruption in Different Cultures -- A Study of Mobile 
       Information Exploration with Multi-touch Interactions -- 
       Dyadic Attribution: A Theoretical Model for Interpreting 
       Online Words and Actions -- Modeling Impact of Social 
       Stratification on the Basis of Time Allocation Heuristics 
       in Society -- The Social Aspect of Voting for Useful 
       Reviews -- Simulating International Energy Security -- 
       Team PsychoSocial Assessment via Discourse Analysis: Power
       and Comfort/Routine -- Social TV and the Social Soundtrack
       : Significance of Second Screen Interaction during 
       Television Viewing -- Social Network Structures of Primary
       Health Care Teams Associated with Health Outcomes in 
       Alcohol Drinkers with Diabetes -- Emerging Dynamics in 
       Crowdfunding Campaigns -- Incorporating Social Theories in
       Computational Behavioral Models -- Contexts of Diffusion: 
       Adoption of Research Synthesis in Social Work and 
       Womeń鳠Studies -- Temporal Dynamics of Scale-Free 
       Networks -- Big Data-Driven Marketing: How Machine 
       Learning Outperforms Marketerś頇ut-Feeling -- ́솲ogs in a
       pot́An Agent-Based Model of Well-Being versus Prosperity
       -- Frabjous: A Declarative Domain-Specific Language for 
       Agent-Based Modelling -- Social Maintenance and 
       Psychological Support Using Virtual Worlds -- Civil Unrest
       Prediction: A Tumblr-Based Exploration -- Studying the 
       Evolution of Online Collective Action: Saudi Arabian 
       Womeń鳠́菣t26Drivinǵ頔witter Campaign -- A Comparative 
       Study of Smoking Cessation Programs on Web Forum and 
       Facebook. 
520    This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 7th 
       International Conference on Social Computing, Behavioral-
       Cultural Modeling, and Prediction, SBP 2014, held in 
       Washington, DC, USA, in April 2014. The 51 full papers 
       presented were carefully reviewed and selected from 101 
       submissions. The SBP conference provides a forum for 
       researchers and practitioners from academia, industry, and
       government agencies to exchange ideas on current 
       challenges in social computing, behavioral-cultural 
       modeling and prediction, and on state-of-the-art methods 
       and best practices being adopted to tackle these 
       challenges. The topical areas addressed by the papers are 
       social and behavioral sciences, health sciences, military 
       science, and information science. 
650  0 Computer science. 
650  0 Computer communication systems. 
650  0 Data mining. 
650  0 Application software. 
650  0 Computers and civilization. 
650  0 Management information systems. 
650 14 Computer Science. 
650 24 Computers and Society. 
650 24 Computer Appl. in Social and Behavioral Sciences. 
650 24 Management of Computing and Information Systems. 
650 24 Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery. 
650 24 Computer Communication Networks. 
650 24 Information Systems Applications (incl. Internet). 
700 1  Kennedy, William G.,|eeditor. 
700 1  Agarwal, Nitin.,|eeditor. 
700 1  Yang, Shanchieh Jay.,|eeditor. 
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