During the exhausting search for a given name for the yet unborn baby, the idea of a name recommendation system based on relations mined from the “social web” was born. This demonstration paper presents the Nameling, a recommendation system, search engine and academic research platform for given names, which attracted more than 30,000 users within four months, underpinning the relevance of the task and associated research questions.
KeywordsGiven Names Network Analysis Recommendation System
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