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Social Media Mining: An Introduction

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Social Media Mining: An Introduction
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Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN/ASIN: 1107018854
ISBN-13: 9781107018853
Number of pages: 382

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Social Media Mining integrates social media, social network analysis, and data mining to provide a convenient and coherent platform for students, practitioners, researchers, and project managers to understand the basics and potentials of social media mining. It introduces the unique problems arising from social media data and presents fundamental concepts, emerging issues, and effective algorithms for network analysis and data mining.

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