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Social networks are an important infrastructure for information, viruses and innovations propagation. Since users’
behavior has influenced by other users’ activity, some groups of people would be made regard to similarity of users’
interests. On the other hand, dealing with many events in real worlds, can be justified in social networks; spreading
disease is one instance of them. People’s manner and infection severity are more important parameters in
dissemination of diseases. Both of these reasons derive, whether the diffusion leads to an epidemic or not. SIRS is a
hybrid model of SIR and SIS disease models to spread contamination. A person in this model can be returned to
susceptible state after it removed. According to communities which are established on the social network, we use the
compartmental type of SIRS model. During this paper, a general compartmental information diffusion model would
be proposed and extracted some of the beneficial parameters to analyze our model. To adapt our model to realistic
behaviors, we use Markovian model, which would be helpful to create a stochastic manner of the proposed model.
In the case of random model, we can calculate probabilities of transaction between states and predicting value of
each state. The comparison between two mode of the model shows that, the prediction of population would be
verified in each state.
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