Network level foot prints of face book applications
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Slide 1 - NETWORK LEVEL FOOT PRINTS OF FACEBOOK APPLICATIONS NET WORK LEVEL EFFECTS OF POPULAR THIRD PARTY APPLICATIONS ON THE FACE BOOK
- HOW THE INTERACTION HAPPENS BETWEEN THE OSN USERS AND THIRD PARTY APPLICATION THROUGH OSN PLATFORM
Slide 2 - They are three main players online social network (OSN) framework
Slide 3 - Few of them were:
- Research on analysis of OSN
- Research on graph theoretic properties of the social networks
- Research on usage patterns of individual network
- Research on face book third party gaming vs. non-gaming applications.
- There has been many researches done on OSN based on different perspectives
Slide 4 - The OSN Servers are acting like intermediary for all communications between the client and the application server
Slide 5 - Introduction of the third party applications on the Face Book . The third party applications include Hugged, iSmile and My angles and etc..
Slide 6 - 1. Page view request
- 2.Not Installed requests
- 3.Inline requests
- In order to collect data from multiple vantage points, a large number of experiments using Planet Lab(PL) nodes spread across the globe.
- They are three categories of requests that are forwarded to the face book server were
Slide 7 - 1.Request queuing delay
- 2.Request processing delay
- Hourly request arrivals for three popular applications were
- 2.Holiday Cheers
- 3.The Streets
- Types of delays at third party application servers
Slide 8 - Installation request vs. . Request from authorized application users for hugged and holiday cheers
Slide 9 - OSN request forwarding delay
- OSN response processing delay
- The extent of this delay may be affected by the
- 1.Content type
- 2.Content size
- 3.Charactersitics of target entity
- Types of delays that are involved when the clients interact with OSN to access the third party applications.
Slide 10 - The application program interfaces has brought a thousands of third party OSN applications.
- OSN have introduced significant overhead to the user and the third party application interaction.