A Minimum Spanning Tree Representation of Anime Similarities

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Wibowo, Canggih Puspo;
  • Subject: Computer Science - Discrete Mathematics | Computer Science - Information Retrieval

In this work, a new way to represent Japanese animation (anime) is presented. We applied a minimum spanning tree to show the relation between anime. The distance between anime is calculated through three similarity measurements, namely crew, score histogram, and topic s... View more
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