The Status Gradient of Trends in Social MediaEI
An active line of research has studied the detection and representation of trends in social media content. There is still relatively little understanding, however, of methods to characterize the early adopters of these trends: who picks up on these trends at different points in time, and what is their role in the system? We develop a framework for analyzing the population of users who participate in trending topics over the course of these topicsu0027 lifecycles. Central to our analysis is the notion of a status gradient, describing h...更多
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