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ACM Transactions on Management Information Systems (TMIS), Volume 9 Issue 1, February 2018

A Survey of Link Recommendation for Social Networks: Methods, Theoretical Foundations, and Future Research Directions
Zhepeng (Lionel) Li, Xiao Fang, Olivia R. Liu Sheng
Article No.: 1
DOI: 10.1145/3131782

Link recommendation has attracted significant attention from both industry practitioners and academic researchers. In industry, link recommendation has become a standard and most important feature in online social networks, prominent examples of...

Price Shock Detection With an Influence-Based Model of Social Attention
Keli Xiao, Qi Liu, Chuanren Liu, Hui Xiong
Article No.: 2
DOI: 10.1145/3131781

There has been increasing interest in exploring the impact of human behavior on financial market dynamics. One of the important related questions is whether attention from society can lead to significant stock price movements or even abnormal...

Discovering Discontinuity in Big Financial Transaction Data
Suppawong Tuarob, Ray Strong, Anca Chandra, Conrad S. Tucker
Article No.: 3
DOI: 10.1145/3159445

Business transactions are typically recorded in the company ledger. The primary purpose of such financial information is to accompany a monthly or quarterly report for executives to make sound business decisions and strategies for the next...

Blockchains for Business Process Management - Challenges and Opportunities
Jan Mendling, Schahram Dustdar, Avigdor Gal, Luciano García-Bañuelos, Guido Governatori, Richard Hull, Marcello La Rosa, Henrik Leopold, Frank Leymann, Jan Recker, Manfred Reichert, Ingo Weber, Hajo A. Reijers, Stefanie Rinderle-Ma, Andreas Solti, Michael Rosemann, Stefan Schulte, Munindar P. Singh, Tijs Slaats, Mark Staples, Barbara Weber, Matthias Weidlich, Wil Van Der Aalst, Mathias Weske, Xiwei Xu, Liming Zhu, Jan Vom Brocke, Cristina Cabanillas, Florian Daniel, Søren Debois, Claudio Di Ciccio, Marlon Dumas
Article No.: 4
DOI: 10.1145/3183367

Blockchain technology offers a sizable promise to rethink the way interorganizational business processes are managed because of its potential to realize execution without a central party serving as a single point of trust (and failure). To...