Computational Social Science Winter Symposium

Accepted posters of the first GESIS Computational Social Science Winter Symposium (1st December  2014 in Cologne)

--Dominic NyhuisEstimating local policy preferences from vote advice applications
01Mikael Bask and Miia BaskSocial Influence and the Matthew Mechanism: The Case of an Artificial Cultural Market
02Joanna Bryson and Paul RauwolfThe Evolution of the Impact Bias: Optimising Affective Forecasts for Noise
--Klaus Pforr and Andreas HorrUrban segregation as consequence of preference-based mobility: Agent-based simulation augmented with empirical data
03Jan Van Bavel and André GrowThe Reversal of Gender Inequality in Education in Europe: Implications for Reproductive Behaviour
04Tatjana Scheffler, Wladimir Sidorenko and Manfred StedeConversations on German Twitter
05Julia Perl, Claudia Wagner, Jérôme Kunegis and Steffen StaabA Theory-Driven Approach for Link and Unlink Predictions in Directed Social Networks
06Viktoria Spaiser, Thomas Chadefaux, Karsten Donnay, Fabian Russmann and Dirk HelbingSocial Media and Regime Change The Strategic Use of Twitter in the 2011–12 Russian Protests
07Milena Tsvetkova and David SumpterWeb-Based Real-Time Multi-Player Games for Social Experiments
08Jinyeong Bak and Oul Han“Meaning Structures” in Political Discourse: Measuring Institutional Dynamics of a Hybrid Democracy via the Topic Modeling from Contested Concepts in Newspaper Articles
09Tobias Schroeder, Jesse Hoey and Kimberly B. RogersModeling Dynamic Identities and Uncertainty in Social Interactions: Bayesian Affect Control Theory
10Martin Atzmueller, Florian Lemmerich and Martin BeckerExceptional Model Mining Meets Computational Social Science
11Jan LorenzWhat data landscapes tell us about social processes: Data-driven models from movie ratings, ideology, and party identification
12Jérôme KunegisSocial Networking By Proxy: A Case Study of Catster, Dogster and Hamsterster
13Claudia Wagner, Philipp Singer and Markus StrohmaierSpatial and Temporal Patterns of Online Food Preferences
--Aniko Hannak, Drew Margolin, Brian Keegan, Ingmar WeberGet back! You don't know me like that: The social mediation of fact checking interventions in twitter conversations
14Rene KizilcecThe Instructor’s Face in Video Instruction: Learners’ Choice, Visual Attention, and Longitudinal Effects
15Katrin Weller and Katharina Kinder-KurlandaThe Hidden Data of Social Media Research: Exploring Practices and Problems of Studying Social Media Data
16Christoph Kling, Jérôme Kunegis and Heinrich Hartmann and Markus Strohmaier
Online Delegative Democracy: A Case Study of the German Pirate Party's Voting Platform
17Jan Riebling and Raphael HeibergerThe Interlinking of Structure and Culture
18Lukas Otto, Isabella Glogger and Michaela MaierPersonalizing Twitter – political online communication in the 2013 German election campaign
19Gerhard Gossen, Elena Demidova and Thomas RisseiCrawl: An integrated focused crawling toolbox for Web Science
20Sebastian Bayerl and Michael GranitzerA Twitter Bot: Recommending long-tail content
21Leszek Szybisz and Martin Andres SzybiszDynamics of high inflation and hyperinflation and its stabilization
22Przemyslaw Grabowicz, Komal Agrawal, Niloy Ganguly and Krishna GummadiMicroscopic description of information diffusion
23Daan Apeldoorn and Thomas GottronTowards an Agent-Based Model for Trust
24Geeske ScholzSimulating group dynamics in a discussion: combining social and cognitive influences in an agent-based model
25Telmo Menezes and Camille RothAutomatic discovery of social network generators
26Felix Bader and Marc KeuschniggStake Effects in Decisions on Fairness, Sanctions, and Cooperation. An Online Experiment among US-Americans and Indians
27Yérali Gandica, Fernando Sampaio Dos Aidos and João CarvalhoWikipedia edition dynamics
28Martin Becker
Subjective vs. Objective Data: Bridging the Gap
29Kristina John, Hartmut Wessler and Scott AlthausTopic Modelling the Global Climate Change Debate
30Sude TavassoliConstructing social networks from semi-structured chat-log data
31Vadim Voskresenskiy, Kirill Sukharev, Ilya Musabirov and Daniel AlexandrovOnline Communication in Apartment Buildings
32Fabian FlöckExtracting longitudinal editor networks and social metrics for specific Wikipedia articles to accurately model and visualize editor interaction dynamics over time
--Harald Sterly, Benjamin Hennig and Kouassi Dongo“Calling Abidjan” – from call data records to population distribution