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Understanding Information Spreading Mechanisms During COVID-19 Pandemic by Analyzing the Impact of Tweet Text and User Features for Retweet Prediction

@article{Khan2021UnderstandingIS,
  title={Understanding Information Spreading Mechanisms During COVID-19 Pandemic by Analyzing the Impact of Tweet Text and User Features for Retweet Prediction},
  author={Pervaiz Iqbal Khan and Imran Razzak and A. Dengel and Sheraz Ahmed},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2106.07344}
}
COVID-19 has affected the world economy and the daily life routine of almost everyone. It has been a hot topic on social media platforms such as Twitter, Facebook, etc. These social media platforms enable users to share information with other users who can reshare this information, thus causing this information to spread. Twitter’s retweet functionality allows users to share the existing content with other users without altering the original content. Analysis of social media platforms can help… Expand

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