Who will retweet this?: Automatically Identifying and Engaging Strangers on Twitter to Spread Information

@article{Lee2014WhoWR,
  title={Who will retweet this?: Automatically Identifying and Engaging Strangers on Twitter to Spread Information},
  author={Kyumin Lee and J. Mahmud and Jilin Chen and M. Zhou and Jeffrey Nichols},
  journal={Proceedings of the 19th international conference on Intelligent User Interfaces},
  year={2014}
}
There has been much effort on studying how social media sites, such as Twitter, help propagate information in different situations, including spreading alerts and SOS messages in an emergency. [...] Key Method To ad-dress this problem, we have developed two models: (i) a feature-based model that leverages peoplesfi exhibited social behavior, including the content of their tweets and social interactions, to characterize their willingness and readiness to propagate information on Twitter via the act of retweeting…Expand
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