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Research-paper recommender systems: a literature survey
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Several actions could improve the research landscape: developing a common evaluation framework, agreement on the information to include in research papers, a stronger focus on non-accuracy aspects and user modeling, a platform for researchers to exchange information, and an open-source framework that bundles the available recommendation approaches. Expand
Towards reproducibility in recommender-systems research
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The recommender-system community needs to survey other research fields and learn from them, find a common understanding of reproducibility, identify and understand the determinants that affect reproduCibility, conduct more comprehensive experiments, and establish best-practice guidelines for recommender -systems research. Expand
Evaluation of header metadata extraction approaches and tools for scientific PDF documents
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In the evaluation using papers from the arXiv collection, GROBID delivered the best results, followed by Mendeley Desktop, and SciPlore Xtract, PDFMeat, and SVMHeaderParse also delivered good results depending on the metadata type to be extracted. Expand
Research paper recommender system evaluation: a quantitative literature survey
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It is currently not possible to determine which recommendation approaches for academic literature recommendation are the most promising, but there is little value in the existence of more than 80 approaches if the best performing approaches are unknown. Expand
Evaluating link-based recommendations for Wikipedia
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The results show that the citation-based measures CPA and CoCit have complementary strengths compared to the text-based MLT measure, which is better suited for identifying a broader spectrum of related articles, as well as popular articles that typically exhibit a higher quality. Expand
Using the Blockchain of Cryptocurrencies for Timestamping Digital Cultural Heritage
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This paper proposes a web-based platform that allows users to submit the URL for any web content they wish to track for changes and automatically creates a trusted timestamp stored in the blockchain of the cryptocurrency Bitcoin for the hash of the HTML content available at the userspecified URL. Expand
Giveme5W1H: A Universal System for Extracting Main Events from News Articles
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An in-depth description of an improved version of Giveme5W1H, a system that uses syntactic and domain-specific rules to automatically extract the relevant phrases from English news articles to provide answers to 5W 1H questions, which alone can sufficiently summarize the main event reported on in a news article. Expand
Citolytics: A Link-based Recommender System for Wikipedia
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This paper plans to integrate Citolytics into the Wikipedia infrastructure by using Elasticsearch and Apache Flink to serve recommendations for Wikipedia articles and proposes a large-scale online evaluation design using the Wikipedia Android app. Expand
news-please - A Generic News Crawler and Extractor
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News-please is presented, a generic, multi-language, open-source crawler and extractor for news that works out-of-the-box for a large variety of news websites. Expand
Securing Video Integrity Using Decentralized Trusted Timestamping on the Bitcoin Blockchain
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This paper proposes the use of blockchain technology to secure and verify the integrity of video files and presents an application that converts a videocamera enabled smartphone into a cost-effective tamperproof dashboard camera (dash cam). Expand
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