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Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to activate latent users posts by modeling user behaviors by a transition of clusters that represent particular posting activities. Twitter has rapidly spread and become an easy and convenient microblog that enables users to exchange instant text messages...
Purpose – The purpose of this article was to confirm whether users’ interests are reflected by tweeted Web pages, and to evaluate the credibility of interest reflection of tweeted Web pages. Design/methodology/approach – Interest reflection of Twitter is investigated based on the context of...
Purpose – This paper aims to propose a multi-label method that estimates appropriate aspects against unknown tweets using the two-phase estimation method. Many Twitter users share daily events and opinions. Some beneficial comments are posted on such real-life aspects as eating, traffic, weather...
Purpose – This aim of this paper is to elucidate rumor propagation on microblogs and to assess a system for collecting rumor information to prevent rumor-spreading. Design/methodology/approach – We present a case study of how rumors spread on Twitter during a recent disaster situation, the Great...
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to address the challenge of opinion mining in text documents to perform further analysis such as community detection and consistency control. More specifically, we aim to identify and extract opinions from natural language documents and to represent them in...
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