Corpus ID: 14765747

Mining Concurrent Topical Activity in Microblog Streams

  title={Mining Concurrent Topical Activity in Microblog Streams},
  author={A. Panisson and L. Gauvin and Marco Quaggiotto and C. Cattuto},
  • A. Panisson, L. Gauvin, +1 author C. Cattuto
  • Published 2014
  • Computer Science, Mathematics, Physics
  • ArXiv
  • Streams of user-generated content in social media exhibit patterns of collective attention across diverse topics, with temporal structures determined both by exogenous factors and endogenous factors. Teasing apart different topics and resolving their individual, concurrent, activity timelines is a key challenge in extracting knowledge from microblog streams. Facing this challenge requires the use of methods that expose latent signals by using term correlations across posts and over time. Here… CONTINUE READING
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