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A Method for Detecting Event-Location based on Similar Keyword Extraction in Tweet Text
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A Method for Detecting Event-Location based on Similar Keyword Extraction in Tweet Text
Yim, Junyeob; Ha, Hyunsoo; Hwang, Byung-Yeon;
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 Abstract
Twitter has the fast propagation and diffusion of information compare to other SNS. Therefore, many researches about detecting real-time event using twitter are progressing. Twitter real-time event detecting system assumes every twitter user as a sensor and analyzes their written tweet in order to detect the event. Researches that are related to this twitter have already obtained good results but confronted the limits because of some problems. Especially, many existing researches are using the method that can trace an event location by using GPS coordinate. However, it can be suggested a definite limitation through the present user's skeptical responses about making personal location information public. Therefore, this paper suggests the method that traces the location information in tweet contents text without using the provided location information from twitter. Associated words were grouped by using the keyword that extracted in tweet contents text. The place that the events have occurred and whether the events have surely occurred are detected by this experiment using this algorithm. Furthermore, this experiment demonstrated the necessity of the suggested methods by showing faster detection compare to the other existing media.
 Keywords
Social Network Analysis;Twitter;Location Event Detection;Similar Keyword;
 Language
Korean
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