Multi-perspective Memory Enhanced Network for Identifying Key Nodes in Social Networks

CoRR(2024)

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Abstract
Identifying key nodes in social networks plays a crucial role in timely blocking false information. Existing key node identification methods usually consider node influence only from the propagation structure perspective and have insufficient generalization ability to unknown scenarios. In this paper, we propose a novel Multi-perspective Memory Enhanced Network (MMEN) for identifying key nodes in social networks, which mines key nodes from multiple perspectives and utilizes memory networks to store historical information. Specifically, MMEN first constructs two propagation networks from the perspectives of user attributes and propagation structure and updates node feature representations using graph attention networks. Meanwhile, the memory network is employed to store information of similar subgraphs, enhancing the model's generalization performance in unknown scenarios. Finally, MMEN applies adaptive weights to combine the node influence of the two propagation networks to select the ultimate key nodes. Extensive experiments demonstrate that our method significantly outperforms previous methods.
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