Trust Agent-Based Behavior Induction in Social Networks

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Trust Agent-Based Behavior Induction in Social Networks

Trust Agent-Based Behavior Induction in Social Networks

Abstract  of Trust Agent-Based Behavior Induction in Social Networks

Trust Agent-Based Behavior Induction in Social Networks.The essence of social networks is that they can influence people’s public opinions and group behaviors form quickly. Negative group behavior influences societal stability significantly, but existing behavior-induction approaches are too simple and inefficient. To automatically and efficiently induct behavior in social networks, this article introduces trust agents and designs their features according to group behavior features.Through these relationships, social networks connect all kinds of participants, from casual speaking acquaintances to closely related family members. But while online social networks bring convenience to modern life, they can have negative effects as well.
In politics, for example, rumors could be produced and spread on social networks that lead to incidents affecting societal stability; similarly, in e-commerce, false information can be spread over social networks that deceive customers in online shopping platforms. Porn is often distributed via social video sharing and instant messaging platforms, and terrorists have adopted social networks to persuade teenagers to take part in their illicit activities. One way to counter these malicious behaviors is to introduce behavior induction, a process in which a person or group influences the behavior of another person or group through the induction of behavioral attitudes. Popular behavior-induction .Trust Agent-Based Behavior Induction in Social Networks
Trust Agent-Based Behavior Induction in Social Networks

Conclusion

The essence of social networks is that they can influence people’s public opinions and group behaviors form quickly. Negative group behavior influences societal stability significantly, but existing behavior-induction approaches are too simple and inefficient. To automatically and efficiently induct behavior in social networks, this article introduces trust agents and designs their features according to group behavior features.