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Towards the Development of a Framework for Socially Responsible Software by Analyzing Social Media Big Data on Cloud Through Ontological Engineering
Published in Elsevier BV
Volume: 50
Pages: 524 - 530
A socially responsible internet is the need of the hour considering its huge potential and role in educating and transforming the society. Social computing is emerging as an important area as far as development of next generation web is concerned. With the proliferation of social networking applications, vast amount of data is available on cloud, which may be analyzed to gain useful insight into behavioral and linguistic patterns of different cultural and socio-economic groups further classified on the basis of gender and age etc. The idea is to come up with an appropriate framework for socially responsible software artifacts. These artifacts will monitor online social network data and analyze it from the perspective of socially responsible behavior based on ontological engineering concepts. Identification of socially responsible agents is such an example, though based on a different approach. More examples may be taken from literature dealing with microblog analytics, social semantic web, upper ontology for social web, and social-network-sourced big data analytics. In the present work, it is proposed to focus on analysis/monitoring of socially responsible behavior of social media big data and develop an upper level ontology as the framework/tool for such an analytics. © 2015 The Authors. Published by Elsevier B.V.
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JournalData powered by TypesetProcedia Computer Science
PublisherData powered by TypesetElsevier BV
Open AccessYes