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Classifying Scientific Publications Using Abstract Features

@inproceedings{Caragea2011ClassifyingSP,
  title={Classifying Scientific Publications Using Abstract Features},
  author={Cornelia Caragea and Adrian Silvescu and Saurabh Kataria and Doina Caragea and Prasenjit Mitra},
  booktitle={Symposium on Abstraction, Reformulation and Approximation},
  year={2011}
}
With the exponential increase in the number of documents available online, e.g., news articles, weblogs, scientific documents, effective and efficient classification methods are required in order to deliver the appropriate information to specific users or groups. The performance of document classifiers critically depends, among other things, on the choice of the feature representation. The commonly used "bag of words" representation can result in a large number of features. Feature abstraction… 

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