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The Review of Socionetwork Strategies

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29-05-2019 | Newsletter


23-04-2019 | Preface

Special Feature: Multidisciplinary Social Networks Topics and Research Trends

23-04-2019 | Article

Partitioning Vertical Evacuation Areas in Umeda Underground Mall to Minimize the Evacuation Completion Time

When an underground mall is flooded, the shoppers should be evacuated to a building connected to the mall. However, the number of evacuees from a large-scale underground mall will exceed the capacity of the evacuation center. Furthermore, the …

16-04-2019 | Article

Experimental Evaluation of Approximation and Heuristic Algorithms for Maximum Distance-Bounded Subgraph Problems

In this paper, we consider two distance-based relaxed variants of the maximum clique problem (Max Clique), named Maxd-Clique and Maxd-Club for positive integers d. Max 1-Clique and Max 1-Club cannot be efficiently approximated within a factor of …

15-04-2019 | Article

An Essay on the Taxonomy and Trajectory of Social Media Marketing: From Customer Information to Customer Experience

In this paper, we propose a reference framework for the transition of competing approaches in social media marketing, which has drawn attention in recent years. In other words, the aim of this paper is to propose “standard” tactics about changes …

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The Review of Socionetwork Strategies promotes data mining and data analysis for business and the economy through interdisciplinary research between computer science and the social sciences. The Review welcomes articles such as those dealing with business, economic and statistical analyses related to large-scale networks, and to huge amounts of data. The focus of The Review of Socionetwork Strategies is on empirical findings, methodologies, and theoretical and conceptual insights across areas of research in policy and in advanced information technology such as cloud computing, data mining, and multi-agent simulation. Areas of interest include, but are not limited to, consumer behavior, corporate strategy, industrial organization, and government policy in the fields of finance, medicine, nursing care, and retail, for example.

This Journal is supported by Kansai University and Matching Fund Subsidy from MEXT (Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology).

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