Quantitative Measures for Evaluating Knowledge Network Node Clusters: Preliminary Results

@article{Pendergast2006QuantitativeMF,
  title={Quantitative Measures for Evaluating Knowledge Network Node Clusters: Preliminary Results},
  author={Mark Pendergast and Richard Orwig},
  journal={Proceedings of the 39th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS'06)},
  year={2006},
  volume={7},
  pages={156a-156a}
}
One viewpoint of a knowledge network is a knowledge map that clusters similar knowledge sources into knowledge domains. What is needed is an automatic mapping tool that 1) takes the knowledge sources, 2) creates a conceptual map of the domain space, 3) clusters like sources, and 4) places them together on the map. This research (in progress) is an attempt to determine the value of the Kohonen Self-Organizing Map for use as an interactive textual knowledge mapping tool for categorization of… CONTINUE READING

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