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Multiplex Network Approach to the Analysis of (Offline and Online) Social Ties

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Multiplexity, or the multi-channel communication between people is fascinating from both a network and social science perspective. In this short talk I will give an overview of this property in its online and offline manifestation, and show how it can be used to identify the strength of social ties, which can translate to a number of social applications and phenomena such as homophily, information diversity, and social-driven link prediction.

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