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A Two-Level Learning Hierarchy of Concept Based Keyword Extraction for Tag Recommendations
Citation key Murfi2009
Author Murfi, H. and Obermayer, K.
Title of Book Proceedings ECML PKDD Discovery Challenge
Pages 201 – 214
Year 2009
Abstract . Textual contents associated to resources are considered as sources of candidate tags to improve the performance of tag recommenders in social tagging systems. In this paper, we propose a twolevel learning hierarchy of a concept based keyword extraction method to filter the candidate tags and rank them based on their occurrences in concepts existing in the given resources. Incorporating user-created tags to extract the hidden concept-document relationships distinguishes the two-level from the one-level learning version, which extracts concepts directly using terms existing in textual contents. Our experiment shows that a multi-concept approach, which considers more than one concept for each resource, improves the performance of a single-concept approach, which takes into account just the most relevant concept. Moreover, the experiments also prove that the proposed two-level learning hierarchy gives better performances than one of the one-level version.
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