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Using Random Indexing to improve Singular Value Decomposition for Latent Semantic Analysis

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Using Random Indexing to improve Singular Value Decomposition for Latent Semantic Analysis
We present results from using Random Indexing for Latent Semantic Analysis to handle Singular Value Decomposition tractability issues. We compare Latent Semantic Analysis, Random Indexing and Latent Semantic Analysis on Random Indexing reduced matrices. In this study we use a corpus comprising 1003 documents from the MEDLINE-corpus. Our results show that Latent Semantic Analysis on Random Indexing reduced matrices provide better results on Precision and Recall than Random Indexing only. Furthermore, computation time for Singular Value Decomposition on a Random Indexing reduced matrix is almost halved compared to Latent Semantic Analysis.
Linus Sellberg, Arne Jönsson
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Type Conference
Year 2008
Where LREC
Authors Linus Sellberg, Arne Jönsson
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