Learning Social Infectivity in Sparse Low-rank Networks Using Multi-dimensional Hawkes Processes

@inproceedings{Zhou2013LearningSI,
  title={Learning Social Infectivity in Sparse Low-rank Networks Using Multi-dimensional Hawkes Processes},
  author={Ke Zhou and Hongyuan Zha and Le Song},
  booktitle={AISTATS},
  year={2013}
}
How will the behaviors of individuals in a social network be influenced by their neighbors, the authorities and the communities in a quantitative way? Such critical and valuable knowledge is unfortunately not readily accessible and we tend to only observe its manifestation in the form of recurrent and time-stamped events occurring at the individuals involved in the social network. It is an important yet challenging problem to infer the underlying network of social inference based on the… CONTINUE READING

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