[Cite as http://purl.org/au-research/grants/arc/DP140102206]
Researchers Prof Xingquan Zhu; Prof Chengqi Zhang; Prof Huan Liu;
Brief description Big information networks, for example social networks, are important for modern information systems, yet searching for useful information from huge networks is difficult because network structure and user relationships continuously evolve. This project will provide theoretical foundations for structural knowledge mining to enable user-centric wisdom search on big information networks. Expected outcomes are: real-world application platform to support information network analysis; theories for big network control, algorithms, and systematic solutions to enable user-centric knowledge search, including a new search engine for big information networks. By significantly improving IT, it will benefit Australian business, industry and the wider community.
Funding Amount 382000
Funding Scheme Discovery Projects