Trust Analysis in Social Network Community Research


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This study is a productivity review on the literature gleaned from SSCI, SCIE databases concerning trust analysis in social network community research. The result indicates that the number of literature productions on trust analysis in social network community is still growing. The main research development country is the United States, and from the analysis of the distribution of language, English is the most popular language. Moreover the research focuses on are mainly empirical research, computational model and recommendation system, we analyze these typical references in detail, also limitations and future research.



Edited by:

Qi Luo






B. Wu et al., "Trust Analysis in Social Network Community Research", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vols. 55-57, pp. 1578-1583, 2011

Online since:

May 2011




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