Social Multimedia Networks Behaviour Model & Architecture

L. K. Pulasthi Dhananjaya Gunawardhana


People constantly use social multimedia
networks to communicate with one another, with users
mostly sharing data, such as photos and videos. We
examine the motivations that drive colluders to form
alliances over social networking platforms and
determine how these groups create coalitions to
advance their interests. We also investigate the
network architectures that underlie social multimedia
networks and how these platforms circulate. Such
architectures are connected to different protocols,
including WebID, Semantic Pingback and
PubSubHubbub, to form a logical semantic circulating
social multimedia network that delivers a centralised
social network structure.


Social Multimedia Network; Social Media; Multimedia; Colluder; Peer-to-peer Network; Network Architecture; WebID; Semantic Pingback

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