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[November 15 Relaxnews] Research that it can be predicted whether the relation between a user and a partner continues is presented, and it has become the center of attention from the human relations on the exchange site “Facebook (Facebook)” of the Internet.
According to ? U.S. paper New York Times (New York Times) Cornell University (Cornell University) Professor John Klineberg (Jon Kleinberg) and the engineer of Facebook, Mr. Lars Buck Strome (Lars Backstrom) extracted at random 1,300,000 people who clarify existence of partners, such as a spouse, in the profile of Facebook, and he analyzed them in it.
An object is a user for whom 500 to 20,000 friends are aged 20 and over and on Facebook, and all the data was used anonymously.
Professor ? Klineberg and others paid his attention to the measure of “the distribution (dispersion)” which catches the feature of two persons’ specific human relations.
Distribution becomes high, if are connected mutually well, and two in general specific common friends become low and they are seldom connected mutually.
The professors of said developed the algorithm which the Facebook user has married whom in a friend list, or can be distinguished by the probability of 60% using distribution.
No less than 50% had [ a possibility that two persons who clarify on Facebook will do the catastrophe of being a couple within two months when ? research team conducts a follow-up survey over two years every two months ] distribution higher than the couple with high couples with low distribution.
? — as for this research, the paper was announced by on the web late in October.
The schedule announced at the society about social computing in February, next year.