Book Volume 7250 2012
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Bisociative Knowledge Discovery

An Introduction to Concept, Algorithms, Tools, and Applications


ISBN: 978-3-642-31829-0 (Print) 978-3-642-31830-6 (Online)

Table of contents (33 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

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  2. Bisociation

    1. Chapter

      Pages 1-10

      Towards Bisociative Knowledge Discovery

    2. Chapter

      Pages 11-32

      Towards Creative Information Exploration Based on Koestler’s Concept of Bisociation

    3. Chapter

      Pages 33-50

      From Information Networks to Bisociative Information Networks

  3. Representation and Network Creation

    1. Chapter

      Pages 51-53

      Network Creation: Overview

    2. Chapter

      Pages 54-65

      Selecting the Links in BisoNets Generated from Document Collections

    3. Chapter

      Pages 66-90

      Bridging Concept Identification for Constructing Information Networks from Text Documents

    4. Chapter

      Pages 91-103

      Discovery of Novel Term Associations in a Document Collection

    5. Chapter

      Pages 104-121

      Cover Similarity Based Item Set Mining

    6. Chapter

      Pages 122-143

      Patterns and Logic for Reasoning with Networks

  4. Network Analysis

    1. Chapter

      Pages 144-146

      Network Analysis: Overview

    2. Chapter

      Pages 147-165

      BiQL: A Query Language for Analyzing Information Networks

    3. Chapter

      Pages 166-178

      Review of BisoNet Abstraction Techniques

    4. Chapter

      Pages 179-198

      Simplification of Networks by Edge Pruning

    5. Chapter

      Pages 199-217

      Network Compression by Node and Edge Mergers

    6. Chapter

      Pages 218-229

      Finding Representative Nodes in Probabilistic Graphs

    7. Chapter

      Pages 230-245

      (Missing) Concept Discovery in Heterogeneous Information Networks

    8. Chapter

      Pages 246-262

      Node Similarities from Spreading Activation

    9. Chapter

      Pages 263-284

      Towards Discovery of Subgraph Bisociations

  5. Exploration

    1. Chapter

      Pages 285-286

      Exploration: Overview

    2. Chapter

      Pages 287-300

      Data Exploration for Bisociative Knowledge Discovery: A Brief Overview of Tools and Evaluation Methods

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