A framework to discover potential ideas of new product development from crowdsourcing application

  title={A framework to discover potential ideas of new product development from crowdsourcing application},
  author={Thanh-Cong Dinh and Hyerim Bae and Jaehun Park and Joonsoo Bae},
In this paper, we study idea mining from crowdsourcing applications which encourage a group of people, who are usually undefined and very large sized, to generate ideas for new product development (NPD). In order to isolate the relatively small number of potential ones among ideas from crowd, decision makers not only have to identify the key textual information representing the ideas, but they also need to consider online opinions of people who gave comments and votes on the ideas. Due to the… CONTINUE READING
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