Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/10397/30394
Title: Automatic event scheduling in mobile social network communities
Authors: Raychoudhury, V
Kshemkalyani, AD
Zhang, D
Cao, J 
Bakshi, M
Gupta, K
Mittal, V
Maheshwari, S
Keywords: Collaborative event scheduling
Conflict resolution
Mobile social networks
Virtual communities
Issue Date: 2013
Source: Proceedings - SocialCom/PASSAT/BigData/EconCom/BioMedCom 2013, 2013, 6693360, p. 403-410 How to cite?
Abstract: Mobile social network (MoSoN) signifies an emerging area in the social computing research built on top of the mobile communications and wireless networking. It allows virtual community formation among like minded users to share data and to organize collaborative social activities at commonly agreed upon places and times. Such an activity scheduling in real-time is non-trivial as it requires tracing multiple users' profiles, preferences, and other spatio-temporal contexts, like location, availability, etc. Inherent conflicts among users regarding choices of places and time slots further complicates unanimous decision making. In this paper, we propose an autonomic system for activity scheduling in MoSoN communities. Our system allows flexible activity proposition while efficiently handling the user conflicts. As evident from our simulation results and analysis, our system can schedule multiple simultaneous activities in real-time while incurring low message and time cost.
Description: 2013 ASE/IEEE Int. Conf. on Social Computing, SocialCom 2013, the 2013 ASE/IEEE Int. Conf. on Big Data, BigData 2013, the 2013 Int. Conf. on Economic Computing, EconCom 2013, the 2013 PASSAT 2013, and the 2013 ASE/IEEE Int. Conf. on BioMedCom 2013, Washington, DC, 8-14 September 2013
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10397/30394
ISBN: 9780769551371
DOI: 10.1109/SocialCom.2013.63
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