A Collective Polling Platform for Recording and Sharing People’s Opinion
Author(s):
Vimal Vashisth, Samarth Garg, Faraj Chishti
Keywords:
Social networks, Graph Theory, Machine Learning, Data Visualization, Opinions, Online Polling, Social Media.
Abstract
The role of social voting has increased significantly over the past decade. Due to the increasing usage of the Internet and Internet devices the people who didn’t exist before have started existing. There has been a sense of collectivism among groups with the same interests. Further, people always want their opinions to be heard. They also want to hear others’ opinions about events that go around the globe. There is no place on the internet where you can drive yourself to know the views of people about some event that had taken place at some point of time in history. The availability of the data about the public, that is provided by the public on purpose, about how they see things as they happen can be a great help to an individual, an organization, the government, or any group of people in society, especially to whose work is based on the feedback.
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Unique Paper ID: 151845

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 8, Issue 1

Page(s): 1266 - 1271
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