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IN, NS
(Joint)
2021-03-05
10:40
Online Online A Proposal for the Structural Change Model of Online Social Networks Driven by Information Spreading: A Model with Appearance and Disappearance of Links
Yuya Kakizawa, Tomoya Kinoshita, Masaki Aida (Tokyo Metropolitan Univ.) IN2020-82
With the spread of social networking services, the phenomena that occur on online social networks have become interestin... [more] IN2020-82
pp.166-171
CS, IN, NS, NV
(Joint)
2020-09-11
10:50
Online Online Flaming Countermeasure Technology Considering the Frequency-Dependent Damping Coefficient in the Oscillation Model
Shinichi Kikuchi, Masaki Aida (Tokyo Metropolitan Univ.) NS2020-43
Online social networks, which are remarkably dynamized, are often experiencing explosive user dynamics, such as flaming.... [more] NS2020-43
pp.9-14
CS, IN, NS, NV
(Joint)
2020-09-11
13:20
Online Online Structural Change Model of Online Social Networks Driven by Information Spreading
Yuya Kakizawa, Tomoya Kinoshita, Masaki Aida (Tokyo Metropolitan Univ.) IN2020-26
Studies on various phenomena occurred in online social networks usually analyze their characteristics under a given netw... [more] IN2020-26
pp.25-30
CS, IN, NS, NV
(Joint)
2020-09-11
14:35
Online Online A model of polarization on social media caused by empathy and repulsion
Naoki Hirakura, Masaki Aida (Tokyo Metropolitan Univ.) NS2020-49
While the spread of social media increases the convenience of users' information-gathering activities, it also creates a... [more] NS2020-49
pp.45-50
IN, CCS
(Joint)
2020-08-03
11:15
Online Online User-Density Dependent Autonomous Clustering for MANET
Rio Kawasaki (Tokyo Metropolitan Univ.), Chisa Takano (Hiroshima City Univ.), Masaki Aida (Tokyo Metropolitan Univ.) IN2020-12
Hierarchical routing is required for scalable route control in MANET, and the technology of autonomous distributed clust... [more] IN2020-12
pp.19-24
IN, CCS
(Joint)
2020-08-03
14:30
Online Online [Invited Talk] Theoretical Model of the Online Echo-Chamber Phenomenon Based on the Concept of Spontaneous Symmetry Breaking
Masaki Aida (Tokyo Metropolitan Univ.) IN2020-16
 [more] IN2020-16
pp.43-48
CQ, CS
(Joint)
2020-06-25
13:10
Online Online Modeling and Countermeasures for the Echo-Chamber Effect in Online Social Networks
Masaki Aida (Tokyo Metropolitan Univ.), Ayako Hashizume (Hosei Univ.) CQ2020-5
Due to the spread of the internet, radical thought is occurring due to biased information behavior in certain online com... [more] CQ2020-5
pp.25-30
NS, IN
(Joint)
2020-03-06
11:00
Okinawa Royal Hotel Okinawa Zanpa-Misaki
(Cancelled but technical report was issued)
Laplace Equation-Based High-Speed Autonomous Clustering for MANET
Rio Kawasaki (Tokyo Metropolitan Univ.), Chisa Takano (Hiroshima City Univ.), Masaki Aida (Tokyo Metropolitan Univ.) IN2019-117
In MANET, autonomous decentralized clustering technologies of terminals for hierarchical route control have been studied... [more] IN2019-117
pp.231-236
NS, IN
(Joint)
2020-03-06
13:20
Okinawa Royal Hotel Okinawa Zanpa-Misaki
(Cancelled but technical report was issued)
A New Model of Flaming Phenomena Caused by Resonance to External Stimuli in Online Social Networks
Tomoya Kinoshita, Masaki Aida (Tokyo Metropolitan Univ.) IN2019-129
The explosive user dynamics represented by flaming phenomena in online social networks sometimes can be a bad influence ... [more] IN2019-129
pp.303-308
NS, IN
(Joint)
2020-03-06
13:40
Okinawa Royal Hotel Okinawa Zanpa-Misaki
(Cancelled but technical report was issued)
Closed-Form Solutions of the Fundamental Equation Describing User Dynamics in Online Social Networks
T. Ikeya, Masaki Aida (Tokyo Metropolitan Univ.) IN2019-130
The oscillation model based on the wave equation of networks is а model describing user dynamics in online social netwo... [more] IN2019-130
pp.309-314
NS, IN
(Joint)
2020-03-06
14:00
Okinawa Royal Hotel Okinawa Zanpa-Misaki
(Cancelled but technical report was issued)
Polarization Model of Online Social Networks Based on the Concept of Spontaneous Symmetry Breaking
Masaki Aida (Tokyo Metropolitan Univ.), Chisa Takano (Hiroshima City Univ.), Masayuki Murata (Osaka Univ.) IN2019-131
 [more] IN2019-131
pp.315-320
CCS, IN
(Joint)
2019-08-01
15:20
Hokkaido KIKI SHIRETOKO NATURAL RESORT On the Strength of Damping Factor for Suppressing Explosive User Dynamics in Online Social Networks
Masaki Aida (Tokyo Metropolitan Univ.) CCS2019-18
 [more] CCS2019-18
pp.7-10
CCS, IN
(Joint)
2019-08-02
14:55
Hokkaido KIKI SHIRETOKO NATURAL RESORT On the Fundamental Equation of User Dynamics and the Structure of Online Social Networks
Masaki Aida (Tokyo Metropolitan Univ.), Chisa Takano (Hiroshima City Univ.), Masaki Ogura (NAIST) IN2019-21
With the spread of information networks, the user dynamics in online social networks becomes to influence not only onlin... [more] IN2019-21
pp.37-42
CQ 2019-05-30
15:40
Hiroshima Hiroshima City University [Invited Talk] Understanding User Dynamics in Online Social Network Using Oscillation Model
Chisa Takano (Hiroshima City Univ.), Masaki Aida (Tokyo Metropolitan Univ.) CQ2019-22
In recent years, information exchange using social media has been activated by the spread of mobile devices and the impr... [more] CQ2019-22
p.55
RCS, IN, NV
(Joint)
2019-05-17
13:55
Kanagawa Keio University [Invited Talk] Fundamental model of user dynamics in online social networks
Masaki Aida (Tokyo Metropolitan Univ.) IN2019-12 RCS2019-35
 [more] IN2019-12 RCS2019-35
pp.49-54(IN), pp.71-76(RCS)
IN, NS
(Joint)
2019-03-04
09:00
Okinawa Okinawa Convention Center Method for Estimating the Damping Factor of Oscillation Dynamics in Networks
Shinichi Kikuchi (Tokyo Metropolitan Univ..), Masaki Aida (Tokyo Metropolitan Univ.) IN2018-84
The oscillation model on networks has proposed as a way to describe the dynamics on networks. In the oscillation model, ... [more] IN2018-84
pp.1-6
IN, NS
(Joint)
2019-03-04
09:20
Okinawa Okinawa Convention Center On perturbation theory for the fundamental equation of the oscillation model in online social networks
Naoki Hirakura, Masaki Aida (Tokyo Metropolitan Univ.) IN2018-85
Explosive user dynamics in on-line social networks represented by flaming phenomena may have a big influence on social a... [more] IN2018-85
pp.7-12
IN, NS
(Joint)
2019-03-04
09:40
Okinawa Okinawa Convention Center Structural Change Models of Online Social Networks Caused by External Factors Including Mass Media
Yuya Kakizawa, Masaki Aida (Tokyo Metropolitan Univ.) IN2018-86
In the conventional analysis of the user dynamics of online social networks, we assume a fixed structure to the given on... [more] IN2018-86
pp.13-18
IN, NS
(Joint)
2019-03-04
10:10
Okinawa Okinawa Convention Center User-Density Dependent Autonomous Clustering for MANET Based on the Laplace Equation
Rio Kawasaki (Tokyo Metropolitan Univ.), Chisa Takano (Hiroshima City Univ.), Masaki Aida (Tokyo Metropolitan Univ.) IN2018-101
In MANET, hierarchical routing by autonomous clustering has been studied.
It is important in particular to take user mo... [more]
IN2018-101
pp.103-108
CQ, CBE
(Joint)
2019-01-18
13:10
Tokyo Tokyo Metropolitan Univ. [Invited Talk] Social Network Analysis Based on Random Matrix Theory
Yusuke Sakumoto, Masaki Aida (Tokyo Metropolitan Univ.) CQ2018-87
Spectral graph theory gives an algebraical approach to analyze the characteristics of a network by using the matrix that... [more] CQ2018-87
pp.65-70
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