In the Social Web, users typically interact with different Social network systems and can have different accounts and different identities. Identifying the users across the Web, independently of the protocols supported by each social system and independently of the authentication data supplied by the user, is, so far, a challenge. This paper presents an approach to perform uniquely user identification by using the public user data distributed across the systems in the Social Web.

Carmagnola, F., Osborne, F., Torre, I. (2009). Cross-systems identification of users in the Social Web. In Proceedings of the IADIS International Conference WWW/Internet 2009, ICWI 2009 (pp.129-134).

Cross-systems identification of users in the Social Web

OSBORNE F;
2009

Abstract

In the Social Web, users typically interact with different Social network systems and can have different accounts and different identities. Identifying the users across the Web, independently of the protocols supported by each social system and independently of the authentication data supplied by the user, is, so far, a challenge. This paper presents an approach to perform uniquely user identification by using the public user data distributed across the systems in the Social Web.
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Cross-systems identification; Social Web; User profile data interoperability
English
IADIS International Conference WWW/Internet 2009, ICWI 2009 - 19 November 2009 through 22 November 2009
978-972892493-5
Carmagnola, F., Osborne, F., Torre, I. (2009). Cross-systems identification of users in the Social Web. In Proceedings of the IADIS International Conference WWW/Internet 2009, ICWI 2009 (pp.129-134).
Carmagnola, F; Osborne, F; Torre, I
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