Node similarity in networked information spaces

  title={Node similarity in networked information spaces},
  author={Wangzhong Lu and Jeannette C. M. Janssen and Evangelos E. Milios and Nathalie Japkowicz},
Networked information spaces contain information entities, corresponding to nodes, which are connected by associations, corresponding to links in the network. Examples of networked information spaces are: the World Wide Web, where information entities are web pages, and associations are hyperlinks; the scienti c literature, where information entities are articles and associations are references to other articles. Similarity between information entities in a networked information space can be de… CONTINUE READING
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