Concept Hierarchy-Based Text Database Categorization

@article{Meng2002ConceptHT,
  title={Concept Hierarchy-Based Text Database Categorization},
  author={Weiyi Meng and Wenxian Wang and Hongyu Sun and Clement T. Yu},
  journal={Knowledge and Information Systems},
  year={2002},
  volume={4},
  pages={132-150}
}
Document categorization as a technique to improve the retrieval of useful documents has been extensively investigated. One important issue in a large-scale metasearch engine is to select text databases that are likely to contain useful documents for a given query. We believe that database categorization can be a potentially effective technique for good database selection, especially in the Internet environment where short queries are usually submitted. In this paper, we propose and evaluate… CONTINUE READING

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