Factual Instance Tweet Summarization and Opinion Analysis of Sport Competition

  • N. Vijay KumarEmail author
  • M. Janga Reddy
Conference paper
Part of the Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing book series (AISC, volume 898)


Spilling information study now factual instance remains fetching the best ever then the majority well-organized method to obtain useful knowledge from what is happening now, letting group to respond rapidly once problematic originate hooked on opinion or to classify newest tendencies portion to recuperate their performance. The problem we try to solve is that cutting-edge absence of existence living cutting-edge obverse of TV usual, shape information dispensation scheme that make informative information concerning contest competitions then relate view of admirers toward competition production. By means of tweet information, we discover sub-events cutting-edge willing and then view of admirers position Twitter associated toward game. We endorse a scheme aimed at factual instance summarization of arranged sub-events aimed at sporting race by means of tweet information. We too suggest a method that examines spirits of persons placement Twitter. We focused on summarizing sporting events, specifically FIFA World Cup 2017 and IPL 2017. For a system using social media like twitter toward retain path of belongings trendy about, we appearance on behalf of next qualities: (I) gratitude of bursty subject by way of rapidly as the situation arises; (II) summarization of linked bursty theme; (III) examining viewpoint of followers then relating view toward ready.


Summarization Opinion examination Large information 


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.JJT UniversityJhunjhunuIndia
  2. 2.CSE DepartmentCMR Institute of TechnologyHyderabadIndia

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