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Narrative Maps: An Algorithmic Approach to Represent and Extract Information Narratives

@article{Keith2020NarrativeMA,
  title={Narrative Maps: An Algorithmic Approach to Represent and Extract Information Narratives},
  author={Brian Keith and Tanushree Mitra},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2020},
  volume={abs/2009.04508}
}
Narratives are fundamental to our perception of the world and are pervasive in all activities that involve the representation of events in time. Yet, modern online information systems do not incorporate narratives in their representation of events occurring over time. This article aims to bridge this gap, combining the theory of narrative representations with the data from modern online systems. We make three key contributions: a theory-driven computational representation of narratives, a novel… 

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