[Corpora-List] Corpus for clustering

Florian Petran florian.petran at googlemail.com
Tue Mar 13 16:18:01 CET 2007


There is a recent article about LSA and Wikipedia, I believe they
somewhat deal with similar problems:

http://www.cs.technion.ac.il/~shaulm/papers/pdf/Gabrilovich-Markovitch-ijcai2007.pdf

Hope this helps.

2007/3/10, Bob Parks <bobp at clarityconnect.com>:

> I'm looking for references on how to construct corpora that reflect

> documents that use particular concepts and topics. I'm assuming its

> necessary to first cluster a larger document set. But how does one

> conceptualize the problem of creating the larger set to analyze for a

> set of concepts/topics, before the analysis?

> Thanks,

> Bob Parks

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