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IEEE Special Technical Community on Social Network E-Letter

Since Feburary 2013, IEEE Special Technical Community on Social Network (STCSN) has launched its E-letter on social network related projects and researches every three months on the website (http://stcsn.ieee.net/e-letter).

The aim of the STCSN E-Letter is to provide timely updates on recent developments, hot research topics, and society news in the area of social networking. Each edition publishes a set of research articles that discuss topics in the realm of the community.

For detailed information, please refer to http://stcsn.ieee.net/e-letter.

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