Arabic Rumours Identification By Measuring The Credibility Of Arabic Tweet Content

Arabic Rumours Identification By Measuring The Credibility Of Arabic Tweet Content

Ahmad Yahya M. Floos (College of Computer and Information Sciences, King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia)
Copyright: © 2016 |Pages: 12
DOI: 10.4018/IJKSR.2016040105
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Abstract

Twitter enjoys the fame of the most popular and widely used as a platform for socializing, including all aspects of life current affairs, religious ideas, political issues, scientific research, and general knowledge. Every single activity of day to day life and human behavior and values is lodged at this platform. Sending and receiving messages on Twitter (tweets) with is limited to 140 characters, In this research the author attempts to understand the characteristics of those Arabic rumour (falsified information stream) patterns. False tweets could be a rumour which is mostly recognized as a representative whose legitimacy, authenticity, precision and significance is either unverifiable or unreliable. Arabic rumours may propagate misinformation on social networks. In this research, the author illustrates the difficulty of Arabic rumour identification in twitter social platform by studying the impact based on Arabic tweet content. Furthermore, the author explains how these content features are too influential in measuring the credibility of those Arabic tweets.
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Related work has included the research related to the different roles of twitter in emergencies, researchers from the fields of network sciences about the propagation and diffusion of different information in social media networks, research from the fields of language processing about confining the propagation and diffusion of information in social media networks. We have also discussed different twitter credibility surveys, credibility of Arabic content and measurement of credibility of twitter information:

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