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May 16, 2006


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I think one of the things people need to understand is that you can't just blindly apply link analysis. You need to analyze the content of the links to make sure if there is something useful. Therefore, there needs to be some type of semantic analysis behind the links and filtering before going in depth further with the link analysis.

Jayron Soares

Greetings expensive Jeff Jonas, work with Technology of Computer science and I live in Brazil, also I admire the work that you develop in its country, would like to know if it has possibility of work integration here representing its services in Brazil. Since already I am thankful for its atenão, peace and happinesses.

Jayron Soares
Analyst of Support Technician

dave columbus

I design the help file for a Social Network Analysis program and found you while doing a web search. For the most part the data they give me to work with is difficult to understand since I don't know the whole situation.

Instead I created a set of data from the tv show, "Stargate SG-1". Since I watched the show for ten years the dataset is much closer to me and the reports I run make much more sense. I can also detect when there might be problems in the actual data.

It is the most fascinating subject I've ever worked on.

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