Associating Documents to Concept Maps in Context

@inproceedings{Valerio2008AssociatingDT,
  title={Associating Documents to Concept Maps in Context},
  author={Alejandro Valerio and David B. Leake and Alberto J. Ca{\~n}as},
  year={2008}
}
To be useful, automatic document classification systems must accurately place documents in categories that are meaningful to users. Because concept mapping externalizes humans’ conceptualizations of a domain, concept maps provide meaningful categories for organizing documents. Since electronic concept-mapping tools provide mechanisms for using concept maps for effective document access, using concept maps as means to classify documents provides at the same time a browsing system to access the… CONTINUE READING
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