Bloggers Behavior and Emergent Communities in Blog Space

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Mitrović, Marija; Tadić, Bosiljka; (2009)

Interactions between users in cyberspace may lead to phenomena different from those observed in common social networks. Here we analyse large data sets about users and Blogs which they write and comment, mapped onto a bipartite graph. In such enlarged Blog space we trac... View more
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