• Corpus ID: 59262059

Retweet Predictive Model in Twitter

  title={Retweet Predictive Model in Twitter},
  author={Nelson Oliveira},
Nowadays Twitter is one of the most used social networks with over 1.3 billion users. Twitter allows its users to write messages called tweets that can contain up to 140 characters. In this social network the so called retweeting is the key mechanism to information propagation. Twitter is widely used by brands, celebrities and news sources. Our main goal is to build a Retweet Predictive Model that predicts the popularity of the tweet and show how different text features affect its performance… 

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  • In International Journal of Advanced Intelligence,
  • 2012