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Using social media for political discourse is becoming common practice, especially around election time. One interesting aspect of this trend is the possibility of pulsing the public’s opinion about… Continue Reading
Using social media for political discourse is increasingly becoming common practice, especially around election time. Arguably, one of the most interesting aspects of this trend is the possibility of… Continue Reading
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Manipulation of social media affects perceptions of candidates and compromises decision-making. In the United States, social media sites—such as Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube—are currently being… Continue Reading
We present a simple and implementable algorithm that computes a minimum spanning tree of an undirected weighted graph G = (V;E) of n = jV j vertices andm = jEj edges on an EREW PRAM in O(log3=2n)… Continue Reading
Recently, all major search engines introduced a new feature: real-time search results, embedded in the first page of organic search results. The content appearing in these results is pulled by… Continue Reading
Computing the connected components of an undirected graph G=(V, E) on mod V mod =n vertices and mod E mod =m edges is addressed. An efficient and simple algorithm that runs in O(lg/sup 3/2/ n) time… Continue Reading
Students use the Net as a primary source of information, usually with little or no regard as to the accuracy of that information.
In recent years several researchers have reported that the volume of Google Trends and Twitter chat over time can be used to predict several kinds of social and consumer metrics. From the success of… Continue Reading