Topic taxonomy adaptation for group profiling

@article{Tang2008TopicTA,
  title={Topic taxonomy adaptation for group profiling},
  author={Lei Tang and Huan Liu and Jianping Zhang and Nitin Agarwal and John J. Salerno},
  journal={TKDD},
  year={2008},
  volume={1},
  pages={1:1-1:28}
}
A topic taxonomy is an effective representation that describes salient features of virtual groups or online communities. A topic taxonomy consists of topic nodes. Each internal node is defined by its vertical path (i.e., ancestor and child nodes) and its horizonal list of attributes (or terms). In a text-dominant environment, a topic taxonomy can be used to flexibly describe a group's interests with varying granularity. However, the stagnant nature of a taxonomy may fail to timely capture the… CONTINUE READING

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