From Information Networks to Bisociative Information Networks

@inproceedings{Ktter2012FromIN,
  title={From Information Networks to Bisociative Information Networks},
  author={Tobias K{\"o}tter and Michael R. Berthold},
  booktitle={Bisociative Knowledge Discovery},
  year={2012}
}
The integration of heterogeneous data from various domains without the need for prefiltering prepares the ground for bisociative knowledge discoveries where attempts are made to find unexpected relations across seemingly unrelated domains. Information networks, due to their flexible data structure, lend themselves perfectly to the integration of these heterogeneous data sources. This chapter provides an overview of different types of information networks and categorizes them by identifying… CONTINUE READING

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