Semantic Analysis of Reference Relationships among Cited Papers

ID: 33848 Type: Full Paper: Conceptual & Empirical Study
  1. Toyohide Watanabe, Paul Villavicencio, and Wenjuan Wang, Nagoya University, Japan

Tuesday, June 28 2:00-2:30 PM Location: Room 4 - Faculty of Letters Building

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Many efforts have been paid to grasp the contents between related works. Although the paper-abstracts prepared by authors themselves are one of the useful efforts, the content is not always sufficient to know the features of objective, approach, method, experimental data, evaluation, etc. in comparison with other related works. In this paper, we focus on the text associated with citation to reveal reference relationships between papers. Citation indicates the connection between two papers. Also, the text associated with citation can reflect the contribution of scientific papers, and also can show the usage of the research to resolve problems. Our main discussion points in this paper are classification of reference relationship, extraction of text associated with citation, and representation of reference relationship from a viewpoint of making the original features of our work clear.


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