Unstructured P2P social search query routing algorithms for agentified social networks

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The village paradigm presents some benefits compared with the library paradigm; people can adapt the answer content as a function of who is requesting the information, or furthermore, people can perform clarifications of the answer content; at the same time, the explanations in documents remain static and are the same for all of the readers, and no clarifications can be performed. The proliferation of online social networks along with the advances in artificial intelligence allow us to consider village paradigm automation. The contributions of this doctoral dissertation are the following: to analyze the village paradigm, seeking the aspects that might be automated; the Asknext social search protocol, which uses stop messages; to study the effect of social network topologies on the proposed protocol; the algorithm Question Waves, which contributes in improving the relevance of the received answers ​
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