ENWalk: Learning Network Features for Spam Detection in Twitter

@inproceedings{Santosh2017ENWalkLN,
  title={ENWalk: Learning Network Features for Spam Detection in Twitter},
  author={K. C. Santosh and Suman Kalyan Maity and Arjun Mukherjee},
  booktitle={SBP-BRiMS},
  year={2017}
}
Social medias are increasing their influence with the vast public information leading to their active use for marketing by the companies and organizations. Such marketing promotions are difficult to identify unlike the traditional medias like TV and newspaper. So, it is very much important to identify the promoters in the social media. Although, there are active ongoing researches, existing approaches are far from solving the problem. To identify such imposters, it is very much important to… 

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