Chien-Tung Ho

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Micro-blogging is a type of social networking service that has become ubiquitous in Web 2.0 era. Micro-blogs allows bloggers to exchange information, discuss ideas, and share experiences with friends or even strangers with similar interests. In this paper, we try to identify ways to measure how information is propagated in micro-blogs. More specifically, we(More)
Microblogging platforms, such as Twitter and Plurk, allow users to express feelings, discuss ideas, and share interesting things with their friends or even strangers with similar interests. With the popularity of microblogs, there are growing data and opportunities in understanding information propagation behaviors in online social networks. Though some(More)
Micro-blogging services provide platforms for users to share their feelings and ideas on the go. Desiging to produce information stream in almost Micro-blogging services, although are capable of recording rich and diverse senses, still suffer from a drawback of not being able to provide deeper and summarized views. In this paper, we present a novel(More)
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