Using Full-text Content of Academic Articles to Build a Methodology Taxonomy of Information Science in China

@article{Zhang2021UsingFC,
  title={Using Full-text Content of Academic Articles to Build a Methodology Taxonomy of Information Science in China},
  author={Heng Zhang and Chengzhi Zhang},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2101.07924}
}
Research on the construction of traditional information science methodology taxonomy is mostly conducted manually. From the limited corpus, researchers have attempted to summarize some of the research methodology entities into several abstract levels (generally three levels); however, they have been unable to provide a more granular hierarchy. Moreover, updating the methodology taxonomy is traditionally a slow process. In this study, we collected full-text academic papers related to information… 

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