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Spontaneous social networks


WIVE 2010, Saint
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Etienne

Lionel NATARIANI (Alcatel
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Lucent Bell labs France)

Nicolas MARIE (Alcatel
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Lucent Bell labs France/INRIA)

Myriam RIBIERE (Alcatel
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Lucent Bell labs France)


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Agenda


1. Introduction




2. Social networks penetration




3. Spontaneous social networks (SPSN)


a. Resource centered social network


b. sBook: an implementation of our SPSN


c. Real time social network




4. And tomorrow ?





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1. Introduction

Global network

Social web ? Pleonasm !






The Web does not just connect machines, it connects
people
.




Tim Berners
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Lee


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2. Social networks penetration

Mature




























Mature


Mainstream

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Infiltrating

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2. Social networks penetration

Mainstream




























Mature



Mainstream
-

Infiltrating

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2. Social networks penetration

Infiltrating




























Mature



Mainstream

-

Infiltrating

“Collective Consciousness”

Each experience is becoming a social experience

“Social Collective Intelligence”

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2. Spontaneous Social Network




We observe




Always
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on connectivity & low
-
cost 3G data networks is becoming the norm


+


New generation of devices are more and more sophisticated and connected


=


New forms of social spontaneous collaboration and social formation will be
possible.




Our interpretation




Leverage two families of social networks technologies


Resource
-
centered social networks


Real
-
Time Social Networks


To build new generation of real
-
time Spontaneous Social Networks (SPSN).

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2. Spontaneous Social Network

State of the art

Mobile Virtual Communities (MVC)




Mobile virtual communities research: a synthesis of current trends and a look at future perspectives.
Christo El
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Morr, J. K. (2007).


Mobile Virtual Communities. Rheingold, H. 2001.


Study on Mobile Communities
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M Radmacher
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2009
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fidis.net.


Opportunistic social networks & Mobile ad hoc social networks (MANETs)



Opportunities in opportunistic computing
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M Conti, M Kumar
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Computer, 2010


What's up 2.0: P2p spontaneous social networking, M Mani, AM Nguyen, N Crespi
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IEEE INFOCOM 2009.


Self
-
organised virtual communities: bridging the gap between web
-
based communities and P2P
systems. P Antoniadis, B Le Grand
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Journal of Web Based Communities 2009.


Mobile Social Software & MCSA



MobiClique: Middleware for Mobile Social Networking, A
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K Pietiläinen, E. Oliver, J. LeBrun, G.
Varghese, C. Diot, WOSN'09


MobiSoC: a middleware for mobile social computing applications

A. Gupta, A. Kalra, D. Boston and C.
Borcea, “” in Mobile Networks Applications Journal v14, 1 (Feb. 2009).






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2. Spontaneous Social Network

State of the art

Ubiquitous & pervasive computing



A task
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oriented approach to support spontaneous interactions among users in Urban Computing
environments,
A. Jimenez
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Molina, BS Kang, JS Kim, PRECOM 2010


Social Networking for Pervasive Adaptation, SM Allen, M Conti, J Crowcroft, SASOW 2008


Quantifying urban attractiveness from the distribution and density of digital footprints, F Girardin, A
Vaccari, A Gerber, C Ratti
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Journal of Spatial Data 2009.



Ad hoc transient communities



Ad hoc transient communities: towards fostering knowledge sharing in learning networks, AJ Berlanga,
PB Sloep, L Kester, F Brouns, International Journal of Learning Technology 2008.





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2. Spontaneous Social Network

Object centered Social Networks


«

Object centered sociality

»

Jyri Engestrom












People don’t just connect to each other, they connect trough a shared
object.


Object :

Article, video,
image, status…

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2. Ressource centered network


From Object to Resource


From each object/resource, a centered social structure (network ?) emerge.



With various functionalities (depends on the system)











Video = Social structure

Photo = Social structure

Comment / Answer / Like / Add to favorites…

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2.
Spontaneous

social network



Is a virtual community of persons formed by people suddenly shared a
common resource.

Our daily life are plenty of existent & latent communities

location

time

Activity

Meeting room community

Train Station community

Wok

community


Chess player community

Shopping community

Spontaneous Social Network:

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2. Spontaneous social network


Social awareness


Porosity


Location


Time



Activity

Chess Player in Park SN

Museum SN

Book SN

Classroom SN

“Pop Art”

“Pop Art”

“Andy Warhol”

“Andy Warhol”

Social Awarness

Porosity

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3b. sBook


book as a service

Transform eReaders into a social communication tool


sBook is active, dynamic, and
provides me with adequate
communication means according to
my reading context



The codex project is different from
our competitors because we have a

book centric
” approach. We are
building the social network of a book
as a “Spontaneous Social Network”.
The reader doesn’t have to log into a
specific social network, but it is
implicitly logged when the book is
opened.

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3b.
sBook: an implementation of our SPSN

Ressource centered network applied to ebook :


sBook on iPad

The Social Book is an enabler of successful communications and collaborations for knowledge acquisition.

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3c. Real time social network



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3c. Real time social network

Real
-
time & multi
-
channels





Event

Spread




Real
-
time social network

constitution

Collective

action

Disintegration

or

Solidification




On the fly sociality (exemple : buzz)

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3c. Real time social network


Real
-
time & sBook




An exemple : Sbook


Exam

Information
diffusion : mails,
classrooms, etc.

Real
-
time social network

constitution (through Sbook)

Collective

learning

Disintegration




Students benefits :


Real time aspect = considerable time savings + intellectual emulsion

sBook

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4. And tomorrow ?




Always connected / Ubicomputing


Everyware/internet of things


Mobility + LTE/Wimax



Social networks will emerge from :


Objects/places


Situation/activity






What’s next?

Pervasive computing >>> Pervasive sociality

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Thank you for your attention !







Q&A



Lionel.natarianni@alcatel
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Nicolas.marie@alcatel
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lucent.com

Myriam.ribiere@alcatel
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sBook

2. Spontaneous Social Network

Framework Architecture

Authentication


Social Connector


ELGG


SPSN Framework

sBook is an intance of our SPNS Framework

API


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2b. Real time social network


Real time social network proprieties




A Real
-
Time Social Network =



is a
temporary

structure


+ is activated by a trigger


+ is composed of users who have a common motivation


+ have a composite and articulated structure (by now)