Information spread of emergency events: Path searching on social networks

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Abstract

Emergency has attracted global attentions of government and the public, and it will easily trigger a series of serious social problems if it is not supervised effectively in the dissemination process. In the Internet world, people communicate with each other and form various virtual communities based on social networks, which lead to a complex and fast information spread pattern of emergency events. This paper collects Internet data based on data acquisition and topic detection technology, analyzes the process of information spread on social networks, describes the diffusions and impacts of that information from the perspective of random graph, and finally seeks the key paths through an improved IBF algorithm. Application cases have shown that this algorithm can search the shortest spread paths efficiently, which may help us to guide and control the information dissemination of emergency events on early warning. © 2014 Weihui Dai et al.

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Dai, W., Hu, H., Wu, T., & Dai, Y. (2014). Information spread of emergency events: Path searching on social networks. The Scientific World Journal, 2014. https://doi.org/10.1155/2014/179620

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