Scholarly Paper Recommendation

Abstract

Much of the world’s new knowledge is now largely captured in digital form and archived within a digital library system. However, these trends lead to information overload, where users find an overwhelmingly large number of publications that match their search queries but are largely irrelevant to their latent information needs. Therefore, we develop methods for recommending scholarly papers relevant to each researcher’s information needs. Furthermore, among researchers, junior researchers need to broaden their range of research interests to acquire knowledge, while senior researchers seek to apply their knowledge towards other areas to lead interdisciplinary research. Therefore, we have also developed methods for recommending scholarly papers that are serendipitous to each researcher’s research interests.

Publication

2015

Sugiyama, Kazunari; Kan, Min-Yen

A Comprehensive Evaluation of Scholarly Paper Recommendation Using Potential Citation Papers Journal Article

International Journal on Digital Libraries, 16 , pp. 91-109, 2015.

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Sugiyama, Kazunari; Kan, Min-Yen

Towards Higher Relevance and Serendipity in Scholarly Paper Recommendation Journal Article

ACM SIGWEB Newsletter, Winter , 2015.

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2013

Sugiyama, Kazunari; Kan, Min-Yen

Exploiting Potential Citation Papers in Scholarly Paper Recommendation Conference

Proceedings of the Joint Conference on Digital Libraries (JCDL '13), 2013.

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2011

Sugiyama, Kazunari; Kan, Min-Yen

Serendipitous Recommendation for Scholarly Papers Considering Relations Among Researchers Conference

Proceedings of the 11th ACM/IEEE Joint Conference on Digital Libraries (JCDL 2011) Short Papers, 2011.

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2010

Sugiyama, Kazunari; Kan, Min-Yen

Scholarly Paper Recommendation via User's Recent Research Interests Conference

Proceedings of the Joint Conference on Digital Libraries (JCDL '10), 2010.

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