Nepotistic relationships in Twitter and their impact on rank prestige algorithms

@article{GayoAvello2013NepotisticRI,
  title={Nepotistic relationships in Twitter and their impact on rank prestige algorithms},
  author={Daniel Gayo-Avello},
  journal={Inf. Process. Manag.},
  year={2013},
  volume={49},
  pages={1250-1280}
}
Abstract Micro-blogging services such as Twitter allow anyone to publish anything, anytime. Needless to say, many of the available contents can be diminished as babble or spam. However, given the number and diversity of users, some valuable pieces of information should arise from the stream of tweets. Thus, such services can develop into valuable sources of up-to-date information (the so-called real-time web) provided a way to find the most relevant/trustworthy/authoritative users is available… Expand
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