Ly Dinh
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An adapted structurational framework for the emergence of communication networks
A Pilny, JD Proulx, L Dinh, AL Bryan
Communication Studies 68 (1), 72-94, 2017
92017
Systematic examination of pre‐and post‐retraction citations
L Dinh, J Sarol, YY Cheng, TK Hsiao, N Parulian, J Schneider
Proceedings of the Association for Information Science and Technology 56 (1 …, 2019
42019
ReTracker: actively and automatically matching retraction metadata in Zotero
YY Cheng, N Parulian, TK Hsiao, L Dinh, J Sarol, J Schneider
Proceedings of the Association for Information Science and Technology 56 (1 …, 2019
32019
COVID‐19 pandemic and information diffusion analysis on Twitter
L Dinh, N Parulian
Proceedings of the Association for Information Science and Technology 57 (1 …, 2020
22020
Multilevel structural evaluation of signed directed social networks based on balance theory
S Aref, L Dinh, R Rezapour, J Diesner
Scientific reports 10 (1), 1-12, 2020
22020
Structural balance in signed digraphs: considering transitivity to measure balance in graphs constructed by using different link signing methods
L Dinh, R Rezapour, L Jiang, J Diesner
arXiv preprint arXiv:2006.02565, 2020
12020
ReTracker: an open-source plugin for automated and standardized tracking of retracted scholarly publications
L Dinh, YY Cheng, N Parulian
2019 ACM/IEEE Joint Conference on Digital Libraries (JCDL), 406-407, 2019
12019
Which Group Do You Belong To? Sentiment-Based PageRank to Measure Formal and Informal Influence of Nodes in Networks
L Jiang, L Dinh, R Rezapour, J Diesner
International Conference on Complex Networks and Their Applications, 623-636, 2020
2020
An Empirical Methodology for Detecting and Prioritizing Needs during Crisis Events
MJ Sarol, L Dinh, R Rezapour, CL Chin, P Yang, J Diesner
arXiv preprint arXiv:2006.01439, 2020
2020
An Empirical Methodology for Detecting and Prioritizing Needs during Crisis Events
M Janina Sarol, L Dinh, R Rezapour, CL Chin, P Yang, J Diesner
arXiv e-prints, arXiv: 2006.01439, 2020
2020
Exploring the Relationship Between Interdisciplinary Ties and Linguistic Familiarity Using Multilevel Network Analysis
WC Barley, L Dinh, H Workman, C Fang
Communication Research, 0093650220926001, 2020
2020
The Many Faces of Balance: Multilevel Structural Evaluation of Signed Directed Social Networks
S Aref, L Dinh, R Rezapour, J Diesner
arXiv preprint arXiv:2005.09925, 2020
2020
Realizing the full potential of (infra-) structures for inter-agency communication before, during, and after disasters using the example of APAN (All-Partners Access Network)
L Dinh, J Diesner
2018 International Workshop on Social Sensing (SocialSens), 7-7, 2018
2018
The Antecedents and Outcomes of Dynamic Communication Interaction Patterns in Multi-Team Systems
MS Poole, J Proulx, A Pilny, L Ruge-Jones, C Fang, L Dinh, A Yahja, ...
13th Annual INGRoup Conference. Salt Lake City, UT., 2018
2018
A Multiple Membership Multiple Classification (MMMC) model approach for Egocentric Network Data
L Dinh, WC Barley
4th Annual International Conference on Computational Social Science, 2018
2018
Middle of the (by) line: Examining hyperauthorship networks in the human genome project
L Dinh, YY Cheng
Proceedings of the Association for Information Science and Technology 55 (1 …, 2018
2018
Blockchain Technology: Understanding the Next Big Thing
L Dinh
2017
Epistemic Anchoring Processes: The Impact of Sensemaking Communication on Team Processes and Outcomes
MS Poole, J Proulx, L Dinh, C Fang, L Ruge-Jones, A Pilny, A Yahja, ...
12th Annual INGRoup Conference. St.Louis, MO, 2017
2017
Examining the Structure of Interactional Expertise in a Scientific Organization using Multilevel Egocentric Network Analysis
WC Barley, L Dinh, H Workman, C Fang
67th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association (ICA), 2017
2017
Before Landfall: Anticipatory sentiments in media coverage of Hurricanes from 1980 to 2012
L Dinh, S Shavitt, K Jung
Annual Meeting of the Society for Social Studies of Science (4S), 2017
2017
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