How Does Research Evolve? Pattern Mining for Research Meme Cycles

@article{He2011HowDR,
  title={How Does Research Evolve? Pattern Mining for Research Meme Cycles},
  author={Dan He and Xingquan Zhu and Douglas Stott Parker},
  journal={2011 IEEE 11th International Conference on Data Mining},
  year={2011},
  pages={1068-1073}
}
Recent years have witnessed a great deal of attention in tracking news memes over the web, modeling shifts in the ebb and flow of their popularity. One of the most important features of news memes is that they seldom occur repeatedly, instead, they tend to shift to different but similar memes. In this work, we consider patterns in research memes, which differ significantly from news memes and have received very little attention. One significant difference between research memes and news memes… CONTINUE READING

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