New Insights and Methods for Predicting Face-To-Face Contacts
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The prediction of new links in social networks is a challeng- ing task. In this paper, we focus on predicting links in net- works of face-to-face spatial proximity by using information from online social networks, such as co-authorship networks in DBLP, and a number of node level attributes. First, we analyze influence factors for the link prediction task. Then, we propose a novel method that combines information from different networks and node level attributes for the pre- diction task: We introduce an unsupervised link prediction method based on rooted random walks, and show that it out- performs state-of-the-art unsupervised link prediction meth- ods. We present an evaluation using three real-world datasets. Furthermore, we discuss the impact of our results and of the insights we glean in the field of link prediction and human contact behavior.
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