KeypartX: Graph-based Perception (Text) Representation

  title={KeypartX: Graph-based Perception (Text) Representation},
  author={Peng Yang},
  • Peng Yang
  • Published 23 September 2022
  • Computer Science
  • ArXiv
The availability of big data has opened up big opportunities for individuals, businesses and academics to view big into what is happening in their world. Previous works of text representation mostly focused on informativeness from massive words ’ frequency or cooccurrence. However, big data is a double-edged sword which is big in volume but unstructured in format. The unstructured edge requires specific techniques to transform ‘big’ into meaningful instead of informative alone. This study… 

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