Social Network Accelerates to Strengthen the Relationship between Teachers and Their Students

 
 
 
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    To make sure that relationship can play an important role in building community as well as knowledge; this article is going to highlight the relationship between teacher-students, teacher-teachers, and student-students by using communities’ detection in social network, and this is done by calculating betweenness for all edges and applying the edge removal approach. This paper will make a bridge between the students and the teachers to decide whether this interaction helps to encourage and increase the level of students as well as the teacher performance.

     

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    Social network, relationship, community, betweenness, edge removal approach.

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Article ID: 23242
 
DOI: 10.14419/ijet.v7i4.32.23242




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