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The Brownian wanderlust of things

DEPARTMENT: Hello world

The Brownian wanderlust of things

By Marinka Zitnik, April 2016

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According to sensor 22, Benny is preparing dinner

According to sensor 22, Benny is preparing dinner

By Lara Zupan, Marinka Zitnik, December 2015

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Are your friends who they say they are?

Are your friends who they say they are?

How sure are you that your friends are who they say they are? In real life, unless you are the target of some form of espionage, you can usually be fairly certain that you know whom your friends are because you have a history of shared interests and experiences. Likewise, most people can tell, just by using common sense, if someone is trying to sell them on a product, idea, or candidate. When we interact with people face-to-face, we reevaluate continuously whether something just seems off based on body language and other social and cultural cues.

By Roya Feizy, Ian Wakeman, Dan Chalmers, December 2009

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Introduction

By Justin Solomon, June 2009

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An overview of privacy preserving data mining

By Aris Gkoulalas-Divanis, Vassilios S. Verykios, June 2009

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DIVE-ON

By Ayman Ammoura, March 2001

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