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Centralized Event Planer across Social Media Sites

ABSTRACT
User-contributed Web data contains rich and diverse information about a variety of events in the physical world, such as shows, festivals, conferences and more. This information ranges from known event features (e.g., title, time, location) posted on event aggregation platforms (e.g., ast.fm events, !vent "rite, #ace book events) to discussions and reactions related to events shared on different social media sites (e.g., Twitter, $ouTube, #lickr). We focus on the challenge of automatically identifying usercontributed content for events that are planned and, therefore, known in advance, across different social media sites. We mine event aggregation platforms to e%tract event features, which are often noisy or missing. We use these features to develop &uery formulation strategies for retrieving content associated with an event on different social media sites. #urther, we e%plore ways in which event content identified on one social media site can be used to retrieve additional relevant event content on other social media sites. We apply our strategies to a large set of user-contributed events, and analy'e their effectiveness in retrieving relevant event content from Twitter, $ouTube, and #lickr.

EXISTING SYSTEM: !%isting approaches to find and organi'e social media content associated with known events are limited in the amount and types of event content that they can handle. Disadvantage: (. The events are limited in the amount and types of event content that they can handle. ). The problem of identifying social media content for known event features as a &uery generation and retrieval task. PROPOSED SYSTEM: We propose a two-step &uery generation approach* the first step combines known event features into several &ueries aimed at retrieving high-precision results+ the second step uses these high-precision results along with te%t processing techni&ues such as term e%traction and fre&uency analysis to build additional &ueries, aimed at improving recall. Advantage: (. We proposed an online clustering framework for identifying unknown events in social media sites. ). !asy to identifying social media content for known event features as a &uery generation and retrieval task.

MOD !ES (. !vent !ntry ,odule. ). -earch ,odule. .. User ,odule. /. 0ross-site 1ocument 2etrieval ,odule. Event Entr" Mod#le: This module is used to enter the both public and private event details. The user to enter the personal event reminder to the social media sites such as orkut, twitter, face book and so on in separately. The social media sites admin also to enter the public event reminder to the all user. Searc$ Mod#le: This module is used to search the both user and admin created events based on the date, title, description and location. The user to search the events based on the re&uirements but the admin to view all users and admin created events details. This search modules is provide in the separate search option in separate social media sites such as orkut, twitter, face book and so on. The main feature of this pro3ect is you can see the all social media sites event details in single search. ser Mod#le: This module is used to help the user to register and access our own account and personal reminder details. The user can change their details, password and newly upload the event details and also to search that event details based on the user re&uirements. The user to enter our reminder details such as title, date, location, description and image. Cross%site Doc#&ent Retrieval Mod#le: This module can use these different social media sites to learn about the event. We can leverage event content from one social media site to help retrieve event documents from another social media site in different ways, following the &uery generation strategies proposed in the previous sections. 4ne simple way is to generate recall-oriented &ueries for each site individually and use these &ueries across sites.

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