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Uncovering wireless blackspots using Twitter data

Uncovering wireless blackspots using Twitter data

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Blackspots are areas of poor signal coverage or service delivery that leads to customer complaints and loss in business revenue. Understanding their spatial–temporal patterns at a high resolution is important for interventions. Conventional methods such as customer helplines, drive-by testing, and network analysis tools often lack the real-time capability and spatial accuracy required. The potential of utilising geo-tagged Twitter data to uncover blackspots is investigated. Lexicon and machine-learning natural language processing techniques are applied to over 1.4 million Tweets in London to uncover blackspots for both pre-4G (2012) and post-4G (2016) roll out. It was found that long-term poor signal complaints make up the majority of complaints (86%) pre-4G roll out, but short-term network failure was responsible for most complaints (66%) post-4G roll out.

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