A deterministic model for history sensitive cascade in diffusion networks

@article{Zhang2009ADM,
  title={A deterministic model for history sensitive cascade in diffusion networks},
  author={Yu Zhang},
  journal={2009 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man and Cybernetics},
  year={2009},
  pages={1977-1982}
}
This paper studies information diffusion in networks. Traditional models are all history insensitive, i.e. only giving activated nodes a one-time chance to activate each of its neighboring nodes with some probability. But history dependent interactions between people are often observed in real world. This paper propose a new model called the History Sensitive Cascade Model (HSCM) that allows activated nodes to receive more than a one-time chance to activate their neighbors. HSCM is a… CONTINUE READING

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