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  • ACADEMIC EXPERTISE REPRESENTATION USING WIKIPEDIA 

    Forati, Mahsa
    Finding experts to review a submission or to collaborate with an industry partner is a common problem in the research enterprise that is typically solved manually or by word of mouth. Services like LinkedIn rely on the ...
  • DISCIPLINOLOGY: REPRESENTATIONS OF THE STRUCTURE OF SCIENCE AND THE HUMANITIES 

    Brunet, Tyler David Price
    Phylogenetic software and techniques from natural language processing can be applied to the analysis of the structure of academic disciplines. This is possible through a synchronic analysis based on comparisons of the ...
  • INTERACTIVE TERM SUPERVISED TEXT DOCUMENT CLUSTERING 

    Seyednaser, Nourashrafeddin (2014-11-19)
    Text document clustering has broad applications in practice. For instance, a conference chair should place accepted papers into meaningful sessions. Students writing a thesis, or professors writing a proposal or planning ...
  • TEXT DOCUMENT SIMILARITIES BASED ON WIKIPEDIA CONCEPT RELATEDNESS 

    Wang, Xiangru
    Traditionally, text document similarity is based on lexical overlap between documents. Documents are represented based on bag of words (BOW), which ignores the relatedness among terms. One existing method to address this ...