Effective Unsupervised Author Disambiguation with Relative Frequencies

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Backes, Tobias;
  • Identifiers: doi: 10.1145/3197026.3197036
  • Subject: Agglomerative Clustering | Computer Science - Computation and Language | Statistics - Machine Learning | Computer Science - Machine Learning | Author Disambiguation | Probabilities | Computer Science - Information Retrieval

This work addresses the problem of author name homonymy in the Web of Science. Aiming for an efficient, simple and straightforward solution, we introduce a novel probabilistic similarity measure for author name disambiguation based on feature overlap. Using the research... View more
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