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2022 ◽  
Vol 8 ◽  
pp. 1321-1338
Hong Wei ◽  
Wei Dong ◽  
Xuesen Yang ◽  
Xiaofeng Guo ◽  
Zhida Li ◽  

Shaha Al-Otaibi ◽  
Nourah Altwoijry ◽  
Alanoud Alqahtani ◽  
Latifah Aldheem ◽  
Mohrah Alqhatani ◽  

Social media have become a discussion platform for individuals and groups. Hence, users belonging to different groups can communicate together. Positive and negative messages as well as media are circulated between those users. Users can form special groups with people who they already know in real life or meet through social networking after being suggested by the system. In this article, we propose a framework for recommending communities to users based on their preferences; for example, a community for people who are interested in certain sports, art, hobbies, diseases, age, case, and so on. The framework is based on a feature extraction algorithm that utilizes user profiling and combines the cosine similarity measure with term frequency to recommend groups or communities. Once the data is received from the user, the system tracks their behavior, the relationships are identified, and then the system recommends one or more communities based on their preferences. Finally, experimental studies are conducted using a prototype developed to test the proposed framework, and results show the importance of our framework in recommending people to communities.

Raheem Sarwar ◽  
Saeed-Ul Hassan

The authorship identification task aims at identifying the original author of an anonymous text sample from a set of candidate authors. It has several application domains such as digital text forensics and information retrieval. These application domains are not limited to a specific language. However, most of the authorship identification studies are focused on English and limited attention has been paid to Urdu. However, existing Urdu authorship identification solutions drop accuracy as the number of training samples per candidate author reduces and when the number of candidate authors increases. Consequently, these solutions are inapplicable to real-world cases. Moreover, due to the unavailability of reliable POS taggers or sentence segmenters, all existing authorship identification studies on Urdu text are limited to the word n-grams features only. To overcome these limitations, we formulate a stylometric feature space, which is not limited to the word n-grams feature only. Based on this feature space, we use an authorship identification solution that transforms each text sample into a point set, retrieves candidate text samples, and relies on the nearest neighbors classifier to predict the original author of the anonymous text sample. To evaluate our solution, we create a significantly larger corpus than existing studies and conduct several experimental studies that show that our solution can overcome the limitations of existing studies and report an accuracy level of 94.03%, which is higher than all previous authorship identification works.

2022 ◽  
pp. 15-26
Stanislav Tkachenko ◽  
Olha Vlasenko ◽  
Nataliia Rezydent ◽  
Dmytro Stepanov ◽  
Nataliia Stepanova

Experimental studies of the non-stationary heat exchange in the system «environment I – body II» have been carried out. It is established that in the body II, which consists of the fluid and thin-walled metal envelope, the characteristic features of the regular thermal mode occur, i.e., cooling (heating) rate of the body II- m = const; heat transfer coefficient between the water (environment I) and body II is practically stable α1 = const; uneven temperatures distribution coefficient in the body II ψ = const. This new notion of the heat transfer regularities in the body II is planned to apply for further development of the experimental-calculation method for the forecasting of the heat exchange intensity in the compound fluid media with limited information regarding thermophysical and rheological properties.

2022 ◽  
Vol 16 (4) ◽  
pp. 1-43
Aida Sheshbolouki ◽  
M. Tamer Özsu

We study the fundamental problem of butterfly (i.e., (2,2)-bicliques) counting in bipartite streaming graphs. Similar to triangles in unipartite graphs, enumerating butterflies is crucial in understanding the structure of bipartite graphs. This benefits many applications where studying the cohesion in a graph shaped data is of particular interest. Examples include investigating the structure of computational graphs or input graphs to the algorithms, as well as dynamic phenomena and analytic tasks over complex real graphs. Butterfly counting is computationally expensive, and known techniques do not scale to large graphs; the problem is even harder in streaming graphs. In this article, following a data-driven methodology, we first conduct an empirical analysis to uncover temporal organizing principles of butterflies in real streaming graphs and then we introduce an approximate adaptive window-based algorithm, sGrapp, for counting butterflies as well as its optimized version sGrapp-x. sGrapp is designed to operate efficiently and effectively over any graph stream with any temporal behavior. Experimental studies of sGrapp and sGrapp-x show superior performance in terms of both accuracy and efficiency.

Fuel ◽  
2022 ◽  
Vol 313 ◽  
pp. 123028
Krishna Kumar Pandey ◽  
Jami Paparao ◽  
S. Murugan

2022 ◽  
Vol 204 ◽  
pp. 107713
M. Mohana Rao ◽  
Archana Lanjewar ◽  
Neelam Tiwari

2022 ◽  
Vol 167 ◽  
pp. 108501
Xueliang Zhang ◽  
Xu Zhang ◽  
Wenchao Hu ◽  
Wei Zhang ◽  
Weihao Chen ◽  

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