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The LBSN structure is a common data scheme that aims to systematically describe objects, bases and their relations currently found on Location Bases Social Networks. For example, a post is considered an object and may refer to a tweet on Twitter, a photo on Flickr, or a video shared on YouTube.

In the protocol definition for a list of common objects that are currently considered in the structure.

Last update: April 1, 2021