Online Social Media Pros And Cons

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Online Social Networks (OSNs) is to give users the capability to manage the messages posted on their own private space to avoid that unwanted content is displayed. A system allowing OSN users to have a direct control on the messages posted on their walls. A flexible rule-based system, that allows users to modify the filtering criteria to be applied to their walls. Machine Learning-based flexible classifier automatically labeling messages in support of content-based filtering. User can post neutral or acceptable content to their private wall. User can manually predict the content what they feel bad about the message. INDEX TERMS: Machine Learning-based flexible classifier,content based filtering,anomaly detection,social networks I INTRODUCTION…show more content…
Compared to conventional media, social media are able to capture the earliest, unedited voice of ordinary people. Content-based preferences are supported it is not possible to prevent undesired messages. Web content mining techniques for a different application, rather it requires to design ad hoc classification strategies. Robust features, essentially due to the fact that the description of the short text is concise, with many misspellings, nonstandard terms, and noise. Another difference that makes social media social is the existence of mentions. Here, we mean by mentions links to other users of the same social network in the form of message-to, reply-to, rewet-of, explicitly in the text. A term-frequency-based approach could suffer from the ambiguity caused by synonyms or homonyms. it cannot be applied when the contents of the messages are mostly nontextual information. the information is often separated from the contents and are available regardless of the nature of the contents. It is worth mentioning…show more content…
To create the filtering rules the system used a content based filtering technique. The Filtering rule allows the user to create the constraints on the messages. The filtering rules contains the term action. The action specifies the action performed over the message either block or allow. This module is developed to avoid messages from undesired creators, independent of the content. Each user of OSN is allowed to specify the black list rules (similar to filtering rules).The blacklist contains the user whose messages should be blocked and how long they should be blocked. The blacklist prevents the posting of the users who have indirect relationship with the owner of the wall. In this module the process of the filtering the messages is done. The message creator tries to post a message on the another users wall. The owner of the wall receives the message and checks with his FRs and the Blacklist. Then if the message does not violate the rule list then the user allows the message to post in his wall Otherwise the user blocks the message and does not allow to post the
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