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Automatic mining of cognitive metadata using fuzzy inference

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Automatic mining of cognitive metadata using fuzzy inference
Personalized search and browsing is increasingly vital especially for enterprises to able to reach their customers. Key challenge in supporting personalization is the need for rich metadata such as cognitive metadata about documents. As we consider size of large knowledge bases, manual annotation is not scalable and feasible. On the other hand, automatic mining of cognitive metadata is challenging since it is very difficult to understand underlying intellectual knowledge about documents automatically. To alleviate this problem, we introduce a novel metadata extraction framework, which is based on fuzzy information granulation and fuzzy inference system for automatic cognitive metadata mining. The user evaluation study shows that our approach provides reasonable precision rates for difficulty, interactivity type, and interactivity level on the examined 100 documents. In addition, proposed fuzzy inference system achieves improved results compared to a rule-based reasoner for document di...
Melike Sah, Vincent Wade
Added 29 Aug 2011
Updated 29 Aug 2011
Type Journal
Year 2011
Where HT
Authors Melike Sah, Vincent Wade
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