Matching Social Issues to Technologies for Civic Tech by Association Rule Mining using Weighted Casual Confidence

@article{Kikuchi2021MatchingSI,
  title={Matching Social Issues to Technologies for Civic Tech by Association Rule Mining using Weighted Casual Confidence},
  author={Masato Kikuchi and Shun Shiramatsu and Ryota Kozakai and Tadachika Ozono},
  journal={IEEE/WIC/ACM International Conference on Web Intelligence and Intelligent Agent Technology},
  year={2021}
}
More than 80 civic tech communities in Japan are developing information technology (IT) systems to solve their regional issues. Collaboration among such communities across different regions assists in solving their problems because some groups have limited IT knowledge and experience for this purpose. Our objective is to realize a civic tech matchmaking system to assist such communities in finding better partners with IT experience in their issues. In this study, as the first step toward… 

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