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KB4Rec: A Data Set for Linking Knowledge Bases with Recommender Systems
Authors: Wayne Xin Zhao, Gaole He, Kunlin Yang et al.
Institution:Renmin University of China
Keywords:Knowledge-aware recommendation;Recommender system;Knowledge base
Issue 1, 2018 | PDF

Published: Dec. 19, 2018
Abstract: To develop a knowledge-aware recommender system, a key issue is how to obtain rich and structured knowledge base (KB) information for recommender system (RS) items. Existing data sets or methods ei...
AMiner: Search and Mining of Academic Social Networks
Authors: Huaiyu Wan, Yutao Zhang, Jing Zhang et al.
Institution:Beijing Jiaotong University
Keywords:Academic social networks;Profile extraction;Name disambiguation;Topic modeling;Expertise Search;Network mining
Issue 1: 58-76, 2018 | PDF

Published: June 20, 2018
Abstract: AMiner is a novel online academic search and mining system, and it aims to provide a systematic modeling approach to help researchers and scientists gain a deeper understanding of the large and het...
FAIR Science for Social Machines: Let's Share Metadata Knowlets in the Internet of FAIR Data and Services
Authors: Barend Mons
Institution:Leiden University Medical Centre, The Netherlands
Keywords:FAIR science;Semantic publication;Metadata;Knowlets;FAIR principles
Issue 1: 22-42, 2018 | PDF

Published: May 11, 2018
Abstract: In a world awash with fragmented data and tools, the notion of Open Science has been gaining a lot of momentum, but simultaneously, it caused a great deal of anxiety. Some of the anxiety may be rel...
Introducing the Editor-in-Chief Committee of Data Intelligence
Authors: Fenghong
Institution:Data Intelligence Editorial Committee
Keywords:Editor-in-Chief Committee, Data Intelligence
Issue 1: 1, 2018 | PDF

Published: Sept. 26, 2017
Abstract: Welcome to the Data Intelligence Journal! We would like to introduce the Editor-in-Chief Committee.
MDKB-Bot: A Practical Framework for Multi-Domain Task-Oriented Dialogue System
Authors: Yadi Lao, Weijie Liu, Sheng Gao et al.
Institution:Pattern Recognition and Intelligence System Lab, Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, China
Keywords:Dialogue system;Knowledge base;Natural language understanding;Slot filling;Natural language generation
Issue 1: 11, 2018 | PDF

Abstract: One of the major challenges to build a task-oriented dialogue system is that dialogue state transition frequently happens between multiple domains such as booking hotels or restaurants. Recently, t...
Identifying User Profile by Incorporating Self-Attention Mechanism based on CSDN Data Set
Authors: Junru Lu, Le Chen, Kongming Meng et al.
Institution:University of International Relations
Keywords:User profile;Convolutional neural network (CNN);Self-attention;Keyword extraction
Issue 1, 2018 | PDF

Abstract: With the popularity of social media, there has been an increasing interest in user profiling and its applications nowadays. This paper presents our system named UIR-SIST for User Profiling Technolo...
User Profiling for CSDN: Keyphrase Extraction, User Tagging and User Growth Value Prediction
Authors: Guoliang Xing, Hao Gao, Qi Cao et al.
Institution:Institute of Computing Technology, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Keywords:User profiling; Keyphrase extraction; User tagging; Growth value prediction; Word embedding
Issue 1, 2018 | PDF

Abstract: The Chinese Software Developer Network (CSDN) is one of the largest information technology communities and service platforms in China. This paper describes the user profiling for CSDN, an evaluatio...
XLORE2: Large-scale Cross-lingual Knowledge Graph Construction and Application
Authors: Hailong Jin, Chengjiang Li, Jing Zhang et al.
Institution:Tsinghua University
Keywords:Knowledge base completion;Knowledge linking;Property matching;Taxonomy alignment;Type inference;Entity linking
Issue 1: 77-98, 2018 | PDF

Abstract: Knowledge bases (KBs) are often greatly incomplete, necessitating a demand for KB completion. Although XLORE is an English-Chinese bilingual knowledge graph, there are only 423,974 cross-lingual li...
From Persistent Identifiers to Digital Objects to Make Data Science More Efficient
Authors: Peter Wittenburg
Institution:Max Planck Computing and Data Facility
Keywords:Big data; Data management; Persistent identifiers; Digital objects; Data infrastructure; Data intensive science
Issue 1: 6-21, 2018 | PDF

Abstract: Data-intensive science is reality in large scientific organizations such as the Max Planck Society, but due to the inefficiency of our data practices when it comes to integrating data from differen...
Sustainability in Data and Food
Authors: Dean Allemang
Institution:Working Ontologist, LLC., 55 W Livingston Avenue, Columbus, OH 43215, USA
Keywords:Agriculture; Data science; Data sharing; Sustainability; Vocabulary management
Issue 1: 43-57, 2018 | PDF

Abstract: As the world population continues to increase, world food production is not keeping up. This means that to continue to feed the world, we will need to optimize the production and utilization of foo...