An extended approach of weight collective influence graph for detection influence actor

(1) Galih Hendro Martono Mail (Department of Informatics, Universitas Bumigora, Indonesia)
(2) * Azhari Azhari Mail (Department of Computer Science and Electronics, Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia)
(3) Khabib Mustofa Mail (Department of Computer Science and Electronics, Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia)
*corresponding author

Abstract


Over the last decade, numerous methods have been developed to detect the influential actors of hate speech in social networks, one of which is the Collective Influence (CI) method. However, this method is associated with unweighted datasets, which makes it inappropriate for social media, significantly using weight datasets. This study proposes a new CI method called the Weighted Collective Influence Graph (WCIG), which uses the weights and neighbor values to detect the influence of hate speech. A total of 49, 992 Indonesian tweets were and extracted from Indonesian Twitter accounts, from January 01 to January 22, 2021. The data collected are also used to compare the results of the proposed WCIG method to determine the influential actors in the dissemination of information. The experiment was carried out two times using parameters ∂=2 and ∂=4. The results showed that the usernames bernacleboy and zack_rockstar are influential actors in the dataset. Furthermore, the time needed to process WCIG calculations on HPC is 34-75 hours because the larger the parameter used, the greater the processing time.

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Node central; Centrality measure; Collective influence; Key actor; Weight collective influence graph

   

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