Lynnette Hui Xian Ng
Lynnette Hui Xian Ng
Societal Computing PhD Student at Carnegie Mellon University
Потвърден имейл адрес: cmu.edu - Начална страница
Analyzing public opinion and misinformation in a COVID-19 telegram group chat
LHX Ng, JY Loke
IEEE Internet Computing 25 (2), 84-91, 2020
A synchronized action framework for responsible detection of coordination on social media
T Magelinski, LHX Ng, KM Carley
arXiv preprint arXiv:2105.07454, 2021
Stabilizing a supervised bot detection algorithm: How much data is needed for consistent predictions?
LHX Ng, DC Robertson, KM Carley
Online Social Networks and Media 28, 100198, 2022
Botbuster: Multi-platform bot detection using a mixture of experts
LHX Ng, KM Carley
Proceedings of the International AAAI Conference on Web and Social Media 17 …, 2023
Cross-platform information spread during the January 6th capitol riots
LHX Ng, IJ Cruickshank, KM Carley
Social Network Analysis and Mining 12 (1), 133, 2022
Coordinating Narratives Framework for cross-platform analysis in the 2021 US Capitol riots
LHX Ng, IJ Cruickshank, KM Carley
Computational and Mathematical Organization Theory 29 (3), 470-486, 2023
How does fake news spread? Understanding pathways of disinformation spread through APIs
LHX Ng, A Taeihagh
arXiv preprint arXiv:2109.12865, 2021
Investigating the spread of Russian disinformation about biolabs in Ukraine on Twitter using social network analysis
I Alieva, LHX Ng, KM Carley
2022 IEEE international conference on big data (big data), 1770-1775, 2022
Pro or anti? a social influence model of online stance flipping
LHX Ng, KM Carley
IEEE Transactions on Network Science and Engineering 10 (1), 3-19, 2022
Is my stance the same as your stance? A cross validation study of stance detection datasets
LHX Ng, KM Carley
Information Processing & Management 59 (6), 103070, 2022
Active, aggressive, but to little avail: characterizing bot activity during the 2020 Singaporean elections
J Uyheng, LHX Ng, KM Carley
Computational and Mathematical Organization Theory 27 (3), 324-342, 2021
“The coronavirus is a bioweapon”: classifying coronavirus stories on fact-checking sites
LHX Ng, KM Carley
Computational and Mathematical Organization Theory 27 (2), 179-194, 2021
Online coordination: methods and comparative case studies of coordinated groups across four events in the united states
LHX Ng, KM Carley
Proceedings of the 14th ACM Web Science Conference 2022, 12-21, 2022
Will you dance to the challenge? predicting user participation of TikTok challenges
LHX Ng, JYH Tan, DJH Tan, RKW Lee
Proceedings of the 2021 IEEE/ACM International Conference on Advances in …, 2021
How hate speech varies by target identity: A computational analysis
MM Yoder, LHX Ng, DW Brown, KM Carley
arXiv preprint arXiv:2210.10839, 2022
From curious hashtags to polarized effect: profiling coordinated actions in indonesian twitter discourse
A Danaditya, LHX Ng, KM Carley
Social Network Analysis and Mining 12 (1), 105, 2022
Bot-based emotion behavior differences in images during Kashmir black day event
LHX Ng, KM Carley
International Conference on Social Computing, Behavioral-Cultural Modeling …, 2021
I miss you babe: Analyzing emotion dynamics during COVID-19 pandemic
HXL Ng, RKW Lee, MR Awal
Proceedings of the fourth workshop on natural language processing and …, 2020
Hoaxes and hidden agendas: A twitter conspiracy theory dataset: Data paper
SC Phillips, LHX Ng, KM Carley
Companion Proceedings of the Web Conference 2022, 876-880, 2022
A combined synchronization index for evaluating collective action social media
LHX Ng, KM Carley
Applied network science 8 (1), 1, 2023
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