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Community detection in real time networks is one of the important aspect of social network analysis. Deep learning has been applied successfully in a variety of research fields in recent years. Proximity matrix is frequently used as the representation of the network structure. However, there are issues with the proximity matrix's insufficient spatial contiguity information. As a result, this research provides a deep learning applied community identification approach that combines the reorganization of the matrices, spatial attribute uprooting, and community identification. For obtaining a spatial proximity matrix, the primary proximity matrices in a real time graph is recreated using the highest weight and adjacent users. The dimensional proximity matrix can obtain a subdomain of the network, allowing the convolutional neural network (CNN) to draw out dimensional localization more easily and fast. Ten different real time datasets of social networks are used in tests to examine our proposed approach. Our results show that the proposed community identification approach has higher compatibility than existing deep learning-based strategies. As a result, the proposed deep community identification approach is capable of detecting the excellent clusters in real time networks.