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  • Social Media Profiles As An Invasion Of Privacy

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    most highly debated issues in the business world is the use of social media profiles as a determining factor in the hiring process. Some people feel that using someone’s social media profile is an invasion of privacy because it uses something from their personal life to determine their professional success. As long as the company follows some basic guidelines I believe there is nothing wrong with them looking into the profiles of their potential employees. It is important to point out that while looking

  • User Profile Acquisition Approaches

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    There are various types of user profile acquisition approaches, which are classified into five groups: (1) data mining, (2) statistics and network analysis, (3) Information retrieval, (4) machine Learning and (5) Cognitive. Most of the methods are dealing with static Websites except a couple of methods that can be applied on dynamic Websites (Nasraoui & Rojas, 2003). The method employs data mining techniques such as a frequent pattern and reference mining found from (Holland et al., 2003; KieBling

  • Profile Based Personalized Web Search

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    We suggest a Profile-based personalized web search framework UPS (User customizable Privacy-preserving Search), for each query ac-cording to user specified privacy requirements profile is generated. For hierarchical user pro-file we trust two conflicting metrics, namely personalization utility and privacy risk, with its NP-hardness proved we formulate the problem of Profile-based personalized search as Risk Profile Generalization. With the help of two greedy algorithms, namely GreedyIL and GreedyDP

  • Offender Profiling : A Technique For Identifying The Personality And Behavioral Features Of An Offender Essay

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    other offenders (criminals). Deductive profiling deals with the criminal’s evidence relating to him/her. The aim of the research was to examine the utility of offender profiles. To evaluate if the offender profiles with an ambiguous profile will demystify the statements to make them well suited to a potential suspect. Offender profiles have been useful to prioritize suspects in ongoing investigations; however there have been criticisms on profiling. Based on Alison et al., stated that after the study

  • Client Profile : Employee Profile

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    Client profile: J.C., is a 41 year old female with a history of bipolar disease, who presented to the psychiatric department by EMS activated by shelter staff. She was brought in since she was presenting with manic behavior and psychotic thoughts. She currently lives in uptown Manhattan in an independent home but previously lived in a women’s shelter. She returned to the shelter, where she spoke words of retaliation and guns, and talked about her acquaintances at the shelter and her ex-husband however

  • Defining The Overall Requirements For Social Networking Essay

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    INTRODUCTION This document aims at defining the overall requirements for “SOCIAL NETWORKING”. Efforts have been made to define the requirements exhaustively and accurately. The final product will be having only features or functionalities mentioned in this document and assumptions for any additional functionality should not be made by any of the parties involved in developing / testing / implementation using the product. In case any additional features are mandatory, formal changes / requests would

  • Courage In The Glass Castle By Jeannette Walls

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    In the Pulitzer Prize winning book Profiles in Courage, written on 1957 by John F. Kennedy, some of the greatest deeds of political courage in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries are discussed through the accounts of the historical events that inspired such acts and the consequences of those brave enough to carry them out. The author of the award winning memoir The Glass Castle, Jeannette Walls, could not be considered a candidate for John F. Kennedy’s Profile in Courage Award because of the failure

  • The Effects Of Social Networking Sites On People 's Lives

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    friends are added on a social networking profile, cautiousness is obliged to verify that the friend 's profile hasn 't changed to incorporate wrong substance, an unseemly profile picture or vindictive code. The basic demonstration of evaluating proposed friends may make the director 's framework powerless against assault. Although most users of such online networking site as of now comprehend this, disclaimers about friends and substance on their profiles ought to be posted. Clear strategies about

  • Factors That Consider Implicit Feedback May Be Classified Into Two Main Categories

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    [2007] also proposed a similar adaptive approach based on user behaviors. Instead of using ODP as the taxonomy, Google Directory3 is used as the predefined taxonomy to construct user profiles. In Li et al. [2007], independent models for long-term and short-term user preferences are proposed to compose the user profiles. The long-term preferences are captured by using Google Directory, while the short-term preferences are determined from the user’s document preferences (the most frequently browsed

  • Article On Data Mining With Big Data

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    Critique-1 Submission by Jyothikiran Nandanamudi (Class ID: 25) Ashok Yaganti (Class ID: 46) Article: Data Mining with Big Data (Paper-1) This paper addresses the complications being faced by Big Data because of increase in the volume, complexity of data and due to multiple sources, which produces large number of data sets. With the increase of big data in different fields like medicine, media, social networking etc., there is a need for better processing model which can access the data at the rate