Spreading paths in partially observed social networks

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Onnela, Jukka-Pekka ; Christakis, Nicholas A. (2011)

Understanding how and how far information, behaviors, or pathogens spread in social networks is an important problem, having implications for both predicting the size of epidemics, as well as for planning effective interventions. There are, however, two main challenges ... View more
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