Community detection based on community-connecting nodes

Lecturer : 
Bin-Hui Chou
Event type: 
HIIT seminar
Doctoral dissertation
Event time: 
2012-12-05 13:15 to 14:00
Lecture hall T2, ICS building
Community detection is a fundamental problem of data mining, in which we cluster nodes in a graph into communities. It has been receiving a great deal of attention in the data mining research community because of its wide applications. In this talk, we will first discuss three kinds of nodes that play important roles in connecting communities. We will further introduce our method of how to use these important nodes to discover communities in a graph.
Bio: Bin-Hui Chou is academic researcher at the Division of Intelligence Science, Department of Informatics of Kyushu University. Her research interests include data mining, graph mining and social network analysis.
Host: Jaakko Hollmen

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