In a study on hyperlinks among 800+ million webpages in mainland China, Jonathan J. H. Zhu and his collaborators at Peking University proposed a Teapot model to characterize the topological structure of Chinese web graph (Zhu et al., 2008).
Four papers presented at the Second Symposium of the Chinese Journalism and Communication Consortium
Four papers of Web Mining Lab are accepted for presentation at the Second Postgraduate Student Symposium of the Chinese Journalism and Communication Consortium held on October 16th-17th at Communication University of China. The four papers are: 1. Zhang Lun. On the Global Regularity and Local Uniformity of Human Online Behavior: Exploring the Trajectory of Friendship
Jonathan Zhu participated as an invited panelist in the Telecommunications and Media Forum (TMF) on “Building the Digital Economy in Asia – Future Directions and Policies”. This forum(http://www.iicom.org/telecoms-and-media-forum/TMF%20Hong%20Kong%202010/programme-outline-HK-2010.php), is organized by the International Institute of Communications (IIC) on June 9-10, 2010. The IIC, a Europe-based think tank focusing on policy and regulatory matters of information
1.Jonathan J. H. Zhu & Tai-Quan Peng.Global Regularity and Individual Variability in Human Dynamics of Web Browsing. 2.Xiang Linying, Jonathan J. H. Zhu & Chen Fei. A network view of audience flows across satellite television channels in China. 3.Zhang Lun & Jonathan J.H.Zhu.Dynamics of Individual Knowledge Sharing Behavior in a Chinese P2P Network.