An Email and Meeting Assistant Using Graph Walks

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An Email and Meeting Assistant Using Graph Walks
We describe a framework for representing email as well as meeting information as a joint graph. In the graph, documents and meeting descriptions are connected via other nontextual objects representing the underlying structure-rich data. This framework integrates content, social networks and a timeline in a structural graph. Extended similarity metrics for objects embedded in the graph can be derived using a lazy graph walk paradigm. In this paper we evaluate this general framework for two meeting and email related tasks. A novel task considered is finding email-addresses of relevant attendees for a given meeting. Another task we define and evaluate is finding the full set of email-address aliases for a person, given the corresponding name string. The experimental results show promise of this approach over other possible methods.
Einat Minkov, William W. Cohen
Added 20 Aug 2010
Updated 20 Aug 2010
Type Conference
Year 2006
Where CEAS
Authors Einat Minkov, William W. Cohen
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