Computer Science professor Nazim Choudhury has article published
UW-Green Bay Assistant Professor of Computer Science, Nazim Choudhury recently had an article accepted for publication. The paper is titled “Evolutionary Features for Dynamic Link Prediction in Social Networks” and will be published in the Applied Science journal (Q2). Applied science is an international, peer-reviewed, open access journal (impact factor 2.838) on applied natural sciences published by MDPI.
The study proposed a new mechanism for predicting future links between actors in dynamic social networks. Dynamic link prediction in social networks has applications in recommender systems, anomaly detection, influence analysis, community detection, scientific collaboration networks, disease spreading networks, identification of hidden groups in terrorist or criminal networks, discovering new protein interactions, drug–target interaction, drug–drug side effect, disease–gene association, and disease–drug association, and improving transportation efficiency by efficient routing strategy. For those interested in this article, you can find it here.