Interplay between Social Influence and Network Centrality: Shapley Values and Scalable Algorithms

arXiv: Social and Information Networks, Volume abs/1602.03780, 2016.

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A basic concept in network analysis is centrality, which measures the importance of nodes in a network. In this research, we address the following fundamental question: Given a social network, what is the impact of the social influence models on network centrality? Social influence is commonly formulated as a stochastic process, which def...More

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