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A Game Theoretical Approach to Modeling Information Dissemination in Social Networks

@article{Zinoviev2010AGT,
  title={A Game Theoretical Approach to Modeling Information Dissemination in Social Networks},
  author={D. Zinoviev and Vy Duong and H. Zhang},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2010},
  volume={abs/1006.5493}
}
  • D. Zinoviev, Vy Duong, H. Zhang
  • Published 2010
  • Computer Science
  • ArXiv
  • One major function of social networks (e.g., massive online social networks) is the dissemination of information such as scientific knowledge, news, and rumors. Information can be propagated by the users of the network via natural connections in written, oral or electronic form. The information passing from a sender to a receiver intrinsically involves both of them considering their self-perceived knowledge, reputation, and popularity, which further determine their decisions of whether or not… CONTINUE READING
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