Trend Detection in Folksonomies

  title={Trend Detection in Folksonomies},
  author={Andreas Hotho and Robert J{\"a}schke and Christoph Schmitz and Gerd Stumme},
As the number of resources on the web exceeds by far the number of documents one can track, it becomes increasingly difficult t o remain up to date on ones own areas of interest. The problem becomes more severe w ith the increasing fraction of multimedia data, from which it is difficult to ext ract some conceptual description of their contents. One way to overcome this problem are social bookmark tools, w hich are rapidly emerging on the web. In such systems, users are setting up lig htweight… CONTINUE READING
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