Effects of Unpopular Citation Fields in Citation Matching Performance

  title={Effects of Unpopular Citation Fields in Citation Matching Performance},
  author={Hee-Kwan Koo and Taehong Kim and Hong-Woo Chun and Dongmin Seo and Hanmin Jung and Sungin Lee},
  journal={2011 International Conference on Information Science and Applications},
Citation matching is a problem of identifying which citations correspond to the same publication. Previous studies on citation matching select typically from a corpus or database of citation records, such as CORA, an arbitrary set of citation record fields such as author, title - a practice informed by "common sense" - in order to automatically group citations that refer to the same document. This study describes a systematic and computational approach to extract out the 'best candidate… CONTINUE READING