Computational Social Science is a highly interdisciplinary field in which social science questions are investigated with modern computational tools. This book provides insight into different social problems, which call for the new practices offered by computational social science. It comprises methods for efficient management of complex engineering design, prediction of malicious threads of information systems, and cyber security. It includes topics in awareness of privacy in social networks, prosodic modelling for speech synthesis, and investigates the structure of co-occurrence networks and provides insights into the loosely coupled cloud applications. Another aspect of the field of computing in Social Sciences is envisaged by proposing an extension of synergy models in IMC environment to n-communication channels, and identification and evaluation of knowledge management through information system analysis. ← 9 | 10 → ← 10 | 11 →
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