Bot stamina: examining the influence and staying power of bots in online social networks
Applied Network Science, August 2019
Ross Schuchard, Andrew T. Crooks, Anthony Stefanidis, Arie Croitoru
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|Student > Bachelor||3||6%|
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|Arts and Humanities||2||4%|
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