A Robust Framework for Socially Responsive Services: A Constraint-Based Social Network Representation
Social network analysis is an emerging technology. In this era of information, social networks provide stronger bonds in a human organization and provide relationship between human activities. Social network consists of individual persons, organization or groups, or there will be some interdependency. The interdependency may include sharing of knowledge, or resource or idea. In this paper, our research primarily comprises layers of service or resource receivers and service or resource providers. The one group who need resources will make an approach to the system with their requirements. To fulfill the demand or prerequisites, the system may approach some external sources and some resource types. Here we need a system to classify various communities of users with different requirements. Our proposed model is effective, and we have tested with real-life data from an NGO. We compared our research work with some benchmark research work, and we find that the performance of our model works better than existing works.
KeywordsService provider Service receiver Resource sharing Resource allocation graph
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