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Extracting Diurnal Patterns of Real-World Activities from Social Media

Extracting Diurnal Patterns of Real-World Activities from Social Media

This video was recorded at 7th International AAAI Conference on Weblogs and Social Media (ICWSM), Boston 2013. In this study, we develop methods to identify verbal expressions in social media streams that refer to real-world activities. Using aggregate daily patterns of Foursquare checkins, our methods extract similar patterns from Twitter, extending the amount of available content while preserving high relevance. We devise and test several methods to extract such content, using time-series and semantic similarity. Evaluating on key activity categories available from Foursquare (coffee, food, shopping and nightlife), we show that our extraction methods are able to capture equivalent patterns in Twitter. By examining rudimentary categories of activity such as nightlife, food or shopping we... Show More

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