Proposed Model For SMS POLL COUNTING SYSTEM FOR MULTIMEDIA (TV ) SHOWS
  • Author(s): Shravan Kumar
  • Paper ID: 1701833
  • Page: 116-119
  • Published Date: 21-12-2019
  • Published In: Iconic Research And Engineering Journals
  • Publisher: IRE Journals
  • e-ISSN: 2456-8880
  • Volume/Issue: Volume 3 Issue 6 December-2019
Abstract

In fame based social requests, throwing a voting form is a critical instrument to assemble and re-act people's emotions. For the most part, throwing a voting form is coordinated by TV shows. The votes are then checked normally once the stop button is crushed in the test throwing a voting form time is finished. With the quick improvement of PC advancement and cryptographic procedures, electronic vote based structures can be used that supersede the event or more all goof slanted human Component. To grow the efficiency and accuracy of throwing a polling form systems, throwing a voting form structures were made to help assembling and counting the votes. The term e-throwing a polling form is described as any majority rule procedure where the voter's point is conveyed or accumulated by electronic strategies. E-Voting has been proceeded starting late in specific shows, nations and regions. In an e-throwing a voting form by contact screen, a voter authentically picks up-and-comers or the vote content appeared on a screen as the finger. For a grouping of reasons voters may be not capable go to throwing a voting form physically yet need to cast a voting form remotely, for example from home or while journeying abroad. Subsequently, there is unprecedented enthusiasm for remote popularity based techniques that are basic direct or more all ensured.

Keywords

Tv Shows, Sms poll, IoT

Citations

IRE Journals:
Shravan Kumar "Proposed Model For SMS POLL COUNTING SYSTEM FOR MULTIMEDIA (TV ) SHOWS" Iconic Research And Engineering Journals Volume 3 Issue 6 2020 Page 116-119

IEEE:
Shravan Kumar "Proposed Model For SMS POLL COUNTING SYSTEM FOR MULTIMEDIA (TV ) SHOWS" Iconic Research And Engineering Journals, 3(6)