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A Fast Algorithm for Predicting Topics of Scientific Papers Based on Co-authorship Graph Model

  • Nhut Truong HoangEmail author
  • Phuc Do
  • Hoang Nguyen Le
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Part of the Studies in Computational Intelligence book series (SCI, volume 457)

Abstract

This paper focuses on the problem of predicting the topic of a paper based on the co-authorship graph. Co-authorship graph is an undirected graph in which paper is represented by a node and two nodes are linked together by a link if they share at least one common author. The approach of link-based object classification (LBC) is based on the assumption that papers in the same neighbourhoods of the co-authorship graph tend to have same topic, and the predicted topic for one node in the graph depends on the topics of the another nodes that linked to it. In order to solve LBC, we have a traditional relaxation labeling to be proposed by Hoche, S., and Flach. Based on this algorithm, we propose an improvement of this algorithm. Our proposed algorithm has the processing speed faster than the traditional one. We test the performance of the proposed algorithm with the ILPnet2 database and compare the experimental result with the traditional algorithm.

Keywords

co-authorship topic relaxation labeling social network 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.University of Information Technology, VNU-HCMHo Chi MinhViatenam

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