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EEUM: Explorable and Expandable User-Interactive Model for Browsing Bibliographic Information Networks

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8 A suitable user interactive model is required to navigate efficiently in information network for users. In this paper, we have developed EEUM (Explorable and Expandable User-interactive Model) that can be used conveniently and efficiently for users in bibliographic information networks. The system shows the demonstration of efficient search, exploration, and analysis of information network using EEUM. EEUM allows users to find influential authors or papers in any research field. Also, users can see all relationships between several authors and papers at a glance. Users are able to analyze after searching and exploring (or navigating) bibliographic information networks efficiently by using EEUM.

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  • Information networks
  • Graph database
  • Data visualization
  • User-interactive model

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    EEUM system: http://eeum.suanlab.com.

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    https://neo4j.com/.

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This work was supported by the Industrial Technology Innovation Program through the Korea Evaluation Institute of Industrial Technology (Keit) funded by the Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy (Project#: 10052797, Project name: The development of the real-like business simulation platform enable by case-based business games).

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Lee, S., You, Y., Park, S., Kim, J. (2018). EEUM: Explorable and Expandable User-Interactive Model for Browsing Bibliographic Information Networks. In: Lee, W., Choi, W., Jung, S., Song, M. (eds) Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Emerging Databases. Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering, vol 461. Springer, Singapore. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-10-6520-0_33

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