Survey on Stress Identification System on Twitter Interactions in Social Networks

  • K.ANUSHA, Dr.S.P.Chokkalingam,


Mental pressure is undermining individuals' wellbeing. It is non-insignificant to recognize pressure auspicious for proactive consideration. With the prevalence of web based life, individuals are accustomed to sharing their day by day exercises and communicating with companions via web-based networking media stages, making it practical to use online interpersonal organization information for stress identification. Right now, find that clients stress state is firmly identified with that of his/her companions in online networking, and we utilize an enormous scope dataset from certifiable social stages to deliberately consider the connection of clients' pressure states and social collaborations. We initially characterize a lot of pressure related printed, visual, and social characteristics from different angles, and afterward propose a novel half and half model-afactor chart model joined with Convolutional Neural Network to use tweet substance and social collaboration data for stress discovery. Trial results show that the proposed model can improve the discovery execution by 6-9% in F1-score. By further breaking down the social communication information, we likewise find a few interesting wonders, for example the quantity of social structures of scanty associations (for example with no delta associations) of focused on clients is around 14% higher than that of non-focused on clients, demonstrating that the social structure of focused on clients' companions will in general be less associated and less muddled than that of non-focused on clients.

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K.ANUSHA, Dr.S.P.Chokkalingam,. (2020). Survey on Stress Identification System on Twitter Interactions in Social Networks. International Journal of Advanced Science and Technology, 29(7s), 5052 - 5059. Retrieved from