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Geographic Locality of Interest in Online Video Consumption

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Salvatore Scellato will talk about his recent research in understanding the relationship between popularity and locality of online YouTube videos, and how geographic information extracted from online social cascades can be exploited to discern whether an item is spreading locally or globally. Salvatore’s paper describing his research on this topic was awarded by the Cambridge Computer Lab Ring ‘Most notable publication’ in 2012.

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