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Data trails reconstruction at the community level in the Web of data

author: David Chavalarias, Center for Research in Applied Epistemology, École Polytechnique
published: Dec. 7, 2010,   recorded: April 2010,   views: 2658

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Socio-semantic networks continuously produce data over the Web in a time consistent manner. From scientific communities publishing new findings in archives to citizens confronting their opinions in blogs, there is a real challenge to reconstruct, at the community level, the data trails they produce in order to have a global representation of the topics unfolding in these public arena. We will present such methods of reconstruction in the framework of co-word analysis, highlighting perspectives for the development of innovative tools for our daily interactions with their productions.

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