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A Social-Academic Network Analysis of the EURO Working Group on DSS


  • Rahma Bouaziz

    (Toulouse University, France)

  • Tiago Simas

    (UNINOVA, Universidade Nova Lisboa, Portugal)

  • Fátima Dargam

    (SimTech Simulation Technology, Austria)

  • Rita Ribeiro

    (UNINOVA, Universidade Nova Lisboa, Portugal)

  • Pascale Zaraté

    (Toulouse University, France)


This paper addresses aspects of the social network analysis (SNA) performed on the social-academic network implemented for the EURO Working Group on Decision Support Systems (EWG-DSS). The EWG-DSS network has more than 105 members and is defined with the objective of analysing and representing the various relationships that academically link the group members, as well as evaluating the group’s collaboration dynamics. This paper shows graphical representations and discusses their corresponding interpretation and analytical data. This work is part of the study carried out within the underlying project of the EWG-DSS social-academic network to understanding how the group interacts, as well as encouraging new research and promoting further collaboration among the EWG-DSS group members.

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  • Rahma Bouaziz & Tiago Simas & Fátima Dargam & Rita Ribeiro & Pascale Zaraté, 2010. "A Social-Academic Network Analysis of the EURO Working Group on DSS," International Journal of Decision Support System Technology (IJDSST), IGI Global, vol. 2(4), pages 13-36, October.
  • Handle: RePEc:igg:jdsst0:v:2:y:2010:i:4:p:13-36

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