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International Journal on Emerging Trends in Technology (IJETT)
Mobile Social Networks have become ubiquitous in our daily life; as such it has attracted great research interests recently. Online social networking technologies enable individuals tosimultaneously share information with any number of peers. Quantifying the causal effect of these mediums on the dissemination of information requires not only identification of who influences whom, but also of whether individuals would still propagate information in the absence of social signals about thatfatcat:zupfxah23jf27lkz7ncceftmym