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Bibliogifts in LibGen? A study of a text‐sharing platform driven by biblioleaks and crowdsourcing
- Guillaume Cabanac
- Computer ScienceJ. Assoc. Inf. Sci. Technol.
- 1 April 2016
A study of the Library Genesis platform reveals that 36% of all DOI articles are available for free at LibGen, and the figure is even higher for three major publishers: Elsevier, Springer, and Wiley.
Accuracy of inter-researcher similarity measures based on topical and social clues
- Guillaume Cabanac
- Computer ScienceScientometrics
- 1 June 2011
This work argues the case for defining inter-researcher similarity measures building on publicly available metadata, and defines topical and social measures that are combined together to issue socio-topical recommendations.
Shaping the landscape of research in information systems from the perspective of editorial boards: A scientometric study of 77 leading journals
- Guillaume Cabanac
- EducationJ. Assoc. Inf. Sci. Technol.
- 1 May 2012
The human cornerstone of any peer-reviewed journal: its editorial board is investigated and various scientometric indicators supported by descriptive statistics are discussed, reflecting the great variety of IS journals in terms of research output, author communities, editorial boards, and gatekeeper demographics.
A Social Validation of Collaborative Annotations on Digital Documents
An algorithm that computes annotations reliability, which can be considered as a social validation of the annotation content, so that annotation systems can highlight the most reliable annotations, for instance.
IRIT at TREC 2012 Contextual Suggestion Track
An overview of the participation of the IRIT lab, University of Toulouse, France, in the TREC 2012 Contextual Suggestion Track is given and the personalized contextual retrieval framework, an approach for context processing, and two approaches for user preference processing are presented.
On the evaluation of Geographic Information Retrieval systems
- D. Palacio, Guillaume Cabanac, C. Sallaberry, G. Hubert
- Computer ScienceInternational Journal on Digital Libraries
- 1 June 2010
An evaluation framework is designed for the comparison of the GIR system to state-of-the-art topical approaches and it is shown that combining the three dimensions yields improvement in effectiveness (+73.9%) over a common topical baseline.
Users Are Known by the Company They Keep: Topic Models for Viewpoint Discovery in Social Networks
- Thibaut Thonet, Guillaume Cabanac, M. Boughanem, K. Pinel-Sauvagnat
- Computer ScienceCIKM
- 6 November 2017
It is shown that utilizing social interactions greatly improves viewpoint clustering performance, and an extension to SNVDM based on the Generalized Pólya Urn sampling scheme (SNVDM-GPU) to leverage "acquaintances of acquaintances" relationships is proposed.
An Original Usage-Based Metrics for Building a Unified View of Corporate Documents
This paper proposes to build a unified view of corporate documents using an original metrics related to documents usage within an organization that is complementary to current content-based ones.
Opinion mining: reviewed from word to document level
- M. S. Missen, M. Boughanem, Guillaume Cabanac
- Computer ScienceSocial Network Analysis and Mining
- 1 March 2013
A very detailed overview of the related work of opinion mining is provided and presents a very different perspective of the opinion mining field by discussing the work on different granularity levels (like word, sentences, and document levels) which is very unique and much required.
Academic careers in Computer Science: continuance and transience of lifetime co-authorships
A transversal and a longitudinal studies spanning the lifelong careers of a cohort of researchers from the DBLP bibliographic database are reported, revealing the ephemeral nature of most collaborations.