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Pattern Analysis for Civil Complaints of Local Governments Using a Text Mining
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Pattern Analysis for Civil Complaints of Local Governments Using a Text Mining
Won, Tae Hong; Yoo, Hwan Hee;
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 Abstract
Korea faces a wide range of problems in areas such as safety, environment, and traffic due to the rapid economic development and urbanization process. Despite the local governments’ efforts to deal with electronic civil complaints and solve urban problems, civil complaints have been on the increase year by year. In this study, we collected civil complaint data over the last six years from a small and medium-sized city, Jinju-si. In order to conduct a spatial distribution pattern analysis, we indicated the location data on the area through Geocoding after classifying the reasons for civil complaints and then extracted the location data of the civil complaint occurrence spots in order to analyze the correlation between electronic civil complaints and land use. Results demonstrated that electronic civil complaints in Jinju-si were clustered in residential, central commercial, and residential-industrial mixed-use areas—areas where land development had been completed within the city center. After analyzing the civil complaints according to the land use, results revealed that complaints about illegal parking were the highest. Regarding the analysis results of facility distribution within a 50m radius from the civil complaint areas, civil complaints occurred a lot in detached housing areas located within the commercial and residential-industrial mixed-use areas. In the case of residential areas(old downtown), civil complaints were condensed in the areas with many ordinary restaurants. This research explored civil complaints in terms of the urban space and can be expected to be effectively utilized in finding solutions to the civil complaints
 Keywords
Urban Problem;Electronic Civil Complaints;Spatial Distribution Pattern Analysis;Land Use;the Location Data of the Civil Complaint Occurrence Spots;
 Language
Korean
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