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There has been much recent research on identifying global community structure in networks. However, most existing approaches require complete information of the graph in question, which is impractical for some networks, e.g. the World Wide Web (WWW). Algorithms for local community detection have been proposed but their results usually contain many outliers.(More)
Much structured data of scientific interest can be represented as networks, where sets of nodes or vertices are joined together in pairs by links or edges. Although these networks may belong to different research areas, there is one property that many of them do have in common: the network community structure, which means that there exists densely connected(More)
Many datasets can be described in the form of graphs or networks where nodes in the graph represent entities and edges represent relationships between pairs of entities. A common property of these networks is their community structure, considered as clusters of densely connected groups of vertices, with only sparser connections between groups. The(More)
MOTIVATION The availability of the whole genomic sequences of HIV-1 viruses provides an excellent resource for studying the HIV-1 phylogenies using all the genetic materials. However, such huge volumes of data create computational challenges in both memory consumption and CPU usage. RESULTS We propose the complete composition vector representation for an(More)
We present a discriminative method for learning selectional preferences from unlabeled text. Positive examples are taken from observed predicate-argument pairs, while negatives are constructed from unobserved combinations. We train a Support Vector Machine classifier to distinguish the positive from the negative instances. We show how to partition the(More)
We present an automatic approach to determining whether a pronoun in text refers to a preceding noun phrase or is instead nonreferential. We extract the surrounding textual context of the pronoun and gather, from a large corpus, the distribution of words that occur within that context. We learn to reliably classify these distributions as representing either(More)
An important principle of the functional organization of plant cells is the targeting of proteins to specific subcellular locations. The physical location of proteins within the apoplasm/rhizosphere at the root–soil interface positions them to play a strategic role in plant response to biotic and abiotic stress. We previously demonstrated that roots of(More)