One Venue, Two Conferences: The Separation of Chinese and American Citation Networks

@article{Zhao2022OneVT,
  title={One Venue, Two Conferences: The Separation of Chinese and American Citation Networks},
  author={Bingchen Zhao and Yuling Gu and Jessica Zosa Forde and Naomi Saphra},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2022},
  volume={abs/2211.12424}
}
At NeurIPS, American and Chinese institutions cite papers from each other’s regions substan-tially less than they cite endogamously. We build a citation graph to quantify this divide, compare it to European connectivity, and discuss the causes and consequences of the separation. 

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