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Contextual polarity and influence mining in online social networks
Fairness norm through social networks: a simulation approach
A model for the co-evolution of dynamic social networks and infectious disease dynamics
Understanding how retweets influence the behaviors of social networking service users via agent-based simulation
Graph convolutional networks: a comprehensive review
A hashtag recommendation system for twitter data streams
Stance and influence of Twitter users regarding the Brexit referendum
A model of opinion and propagation structure polarization in social media
Efficiently identifying critical nodes in large complex networks
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Computational Social Networks has merged with the Journal of Combinatorial Optimization as of January 2022. All published articles will remain accessible on springer.com.
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