In the visionary view of the future Internet, named the Next Generation Internet, a current idea is to have a user-centric approach where human behavior models will be used to define the networks or to manage services. During the last years, a great trend in current Social Media platforms is to offer the opportunity to establish and join groups of people online. Despite human behaviour in current Online Social Media have been studied in depth, characteristics of these aggregations of people in content-based communities are still unknown. In this paper, we propose an evaluation of micro-communities of users inside the big network of Facebook groups to understand how and when users are active, and to evaluate the evolution of these micro-communities over time. Results show that almost all groups showed interactions-based communities. We found out that in all cases there is one massive core community which attracts small communities.
|Numero di pagine||6|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Published - 2018|
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