Identifying the Anonymous Users in Multiple Social Media Cross Platform Networks

P. Silpa, V. Srikanth, Ch.N. Santhosh Kumar


The principal point of this undertaking is secure the client login and information sharing among the interpersonal organizations like Gmail, Facebook and furthermore. Clearly, cross-platform exploration mayhelp solve many problems in social computing in both theory and applications. Since public profiles can be duplicated and easily impersonated by users withdifferent purposes, most current user identification resolutions, which mainlyfocus on text mining of users’ public profiles, are fragile.Therefore, it is more accurate to use a friendship structure to analyzecross-platform SMNs. Since identical users tend to set up partial similarfriendship structures in different SMNs, we proposed the Friend Relationship-Based User Identification (FRUI) algorithm. FRUI calculates a match degreefor all candidate User Matched Pairs (UMPs), and only UMPs with top ranksare considered as identical users.

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