Detecting Rumors from Microblogs with Recurrent Neural Networks
A novel method that learns continuous representations of microblog events for identifying rumors based on recurrent neural networks that detects rumors more quickly and accurately than existing techniques, including the leading online rumor debunking services.
Twitter power: Tweets as electronic word of mouth
It is found that microblogting is an online tool for customer word of mouth communications and the implications for corporations using microblogging as part of their overall marketing strategy are discussed.
Real life, real users, and real needs: a study and analysis of user queries on the web
Real life information retrieval: a study of user queries on the Web
We analyzed transaction logs of a set of 51,473 queries posed by 18,113 users of Excite, a major Internet search service. We provide data on: (i) queries --- the number of search terms, and the use…
How are we searching the World Wide Web? A comparison of nine search engine transaction logs
Search log analysis: What it is, what's been done, how to do it
- B. Jansen
- Computer Science
- 1 September 2006
Determining the informational, navigational, and transactional intent of Web queries
From E-Sex to E-Commerce: Web Search Changes
Analysis of three data sets culled from more than one million queries submitted by more than 200,000 users of the Excite Web search engine shows that public Web searching is evolving in certain directions.
A review of Web searching studies and a framework for future research
The results from published studies of Web searching are reviewed and the searching characteristics of Web users are compared and contrasted with users of traditional information retrieval and online public access systems to discover if there is a need for more studies that focus predominantly or exclusively on Web searching.
Defining a session on Web search engines
- B. Jansen, A. Spink, Chris Blakely, S. Koshman
- Computer ScienceJ. Assoc. Inf. Sci. Technol.
- 1 April 2007
An analysis of 2,465,145 interactions from 534,507 users of Dogpile.com shows that defining sessions by query reformulation along with Internet Protocol address and cookie provides the best measure, resulting in an 82% increase in the count of sessions.