An analogy between static and dynamic social network based on critical parameters
by Shailendra Kumar Sonkar; Vishal Bhatnagar; Rama Krishna Challa
International Journal of Social Network Mining (IJSNM), Vol. 1, No. 3/4, 2013

Abstract: Social network is the most emerging technology through which people are interacting and communicating throughout the world at any time. The dynamicity and continuous change of the information on the social network is increasing day by day. The dynamic social network is newly and challenging research area to the scholar and researcher. The authors had identified various key parameters which is the base to the comparison between static and dynamic social network. We had done a thorough study of the available literature in various national and international journals, research papers, identified the relevant key parameters. The authors compared static and dynamic social network with the suitable examples, pros and cons based on these parameters.

Online publication date: Mon, 03-Feb-2014

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