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Marinella Petrocchi
Marinella Petrocchi
IIT-CNR, Pisa, Italy
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The paradigm-shift of social spambots: Evidence, theories, and tools for the arms race
S Cresci, R Di Pietro, M Petrocchi, A Spognardi, M Tesconi
Proceedings of the 26th international conference on world wide web companion …, 2017
5212017
Fame for sale: Efficient detection of fake Twitter followers
S Cresci, R Di Pietro, M Petrocchi, A Spognardi, M Tesconi
Decision Support Systems 80, 56-71, 2015
5102015
Hate me, hate me not: Hate speech detection on facebook
F Del Vigna12, A Cimino23, F Dell’Orletta, M Petrocchi, M Tesconi
Proceedings of the first Italian conference on cybersecurity (ITASEC17), 86-95, 2017
4912017
Social fingerprinting: detection of spambot groups through DNA-inspired behavioral modeling
S Cresci, R Di Pietro, M Petrocchi, A Spognardi, M Tesconi
IEEE Transactions on Dependable and Secure Computing 15 (4), 561-576, 2017
2132017
DNA-inspired online behavioral modeling and its application to spambot detection
S Cresci, R Di Pietro, M Petrocchi, A Spognardi, M Tesconi
IEEE Intelligent Systems 31 (5), 58-64, 2016
2032016
The role of bot squads in the political propaganda on Twitter
G Caldarelli, R De Nicola, F Del Vigna, M Petrocchi, F Saracco
Communications Physics 3 (1), 81, 2020
1272020
An effective Decision Support System for social media listening based on cross-source sentiment analysis models
P Ducange, M Fazzolari, M Petrocchi, M Vecchio
Engineering Applications of Artificial Intelligence 78, 71-85, 2019
912019
SEAS, a secure e-voting protocol: design and implementation
F Baiardi, A Falleni, R Granchi, F Martinelli, M Petrocchi, A Vaccarelli
Computers & Security 24 (8), 642-652, 2005
912005
Better safe than sorry: an adversarial approach to improve social bot detection
S Cresci, M Petrocchi, A Spognardi, S Tognazzi
Proceedings of the 10th ACM Conference on Web Science, 47-56, 2019
772019
Risk analysis of Android applications: A user-centric solution
G Dini, F Martinelli, I Matteucci, M Petrocchi, A Saracino, D Sgandurra
Future Generation Computer Systems 80, 505-518, 2018
672018
On the capability of evolved spambots to evade detection via genetic engineering
S Cresci, M Petrocchi, A Spognardi, S Tognazzi
Online Social Networks and Media 9, 1-16, 2019
592019
CNL4DSA: a controlled natural language for data sharing agreements
I Matteucci, M Petrocchi, ML Sbodio
Proceedings of the 2010 ACM Symposium on Applied Computing, 616-620, 2010
522010
Flow of online misinformation during the peak of the COVID-19 pandemic in Italy
G Caldarelli, R De Nicola, M Petrocchi, M Pratelli, F Saracco
EPJ data science 10 (1), 34, 2021
492021
Combining declarative and procedural views in the specification and analysis of product families
MH ter Beek, AL Lafuente, M Petrocchi
Proceedings of the 17th International Software Product Line Conference co …, 2013
452013
From reaction to proaction: Unexplored ways to the detection of evolving spambots
S Cresci, M Petrocchi, A Spognardi, S Tognazzi
Companion Proceedings of the The Web Conference 2018, 1469-1470, 2018
412018
Emergent properties, models, and laws of behavioral similarities within groups of twitter users
S Cresci, R Di Pietro, M Petrocchi, A Spognardi, M Tesconi
Computer Communications 150, 47-61, 2020
392020
A study on online travel reviews through intelligent data analysis
M Fazzolari, M Petrocchi
Information Technology & Tourism 20, 37-58, 2018
392018
A criticism to society (as seen by twitter analytics)
S Cresci, M Petrocchi, A Spognardi, M Tesconi, R Di Pietro
2014 IEEE 34th International Conference on Distributed Computing Systems …, 2014
352014
A criticism to society (as seen by twitter analytics)
S Cresci, M Petrocchi, A Spognardi, M Tesconi, R Di Pietro
2014 IEEE 34th International Conference on Distributed Computing Systems …, 2014
352014
Prioritized execution of privacy policies
I Matteucci, P Mori, M Petrocchi
International Workshop on Data Privacy Management, 133-145, 2012
352012
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