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The Usage of Information Technology Tools for Social Network Analysis

George Cosmin Tanase

Romanian Distribution Committee Magazine, 2023, vol. 14, issue 2, 26-31

Abstract: Nature has shown many different ways of creating life. The essential thing about life is that it requires great cooperation. We see cooperation starting at an atomic level through cells forming complex organisms. As these structures get complicated, cooperation also gets complicated. It does not require so much to build stable structures at an atomic level but at higher levels, things are much more complicated. Living beings have created tribes, cliques, states, etc., to survive. Maybe it is not wrong to say that the survival of the fittest is strongly tied to the ability of creating strong communities. These forms of living together ensure the viability of the species. Different species created different forms of living together. As one of the most sophisticated species, the human species also has built different structures, like tribes, societies, etc. What makes human beings different from other living beings is that they possess the ability to examine the social networks and structures built and think about them. Besides, the knowledge and intellect of studying them can shape them and as well as they get shaped by them.

Keywords: Machine Learning; Connections; Opinion Mining; Computational Tools; Analysis; Networks (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: C88 D83 M31 M37 O33 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2023
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