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InfluenceModels, SimPath version.
Goyal, Wei Lu, Laks V.S. Lakshmanan. "SimPath:
An Efficient Algorithm for Influence Maximization under Linear
The IEEE International Conference on Data Mining, 2011. Vancouver,
- C++ code [ZIP].
- User Manual [PDF].
InfluenceModels, CELF++ version.
- Amit Goyal,
Wei Lu, Laks V.S. Lakshmanan. "CELF++:
Optimizing the Greedy Algorithm for Influence Maximization in Social
Networks" (poster paper). In
World Wide Web (WWW, companion volume) 2011.
- Download the paper and code here.