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作者 Zhang, Chao (Computer scientist), author
書名 Multidimensional mining of massive text data / Chao Zhang, Jiawei Han
出版項 [San Rafael, California] : Morgan & Claypool, [2019]
國際標準書號 9781681735207 electronic
9781681735214 hardcover
9781681735191 paperback
國際標準號碼 10.2200/S00903ED1V01Y201902DMK017 doi
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系列 Synthesis lectures on data mining and knowledge discovery, 2151-0067 ; #17
Synthesis digital library of engineering and computer science
Synthesis lectures on data mining and knowledge discovery ; #17
附註 Part of: Synthesis digital library of engineering and computer science
Includes bibliographical references (pages 169-181)
1. Introduction -- 1.1. Overview -- 1.2. Main parts -- 1.3. Technical roadmap -- 1.4. Organization
part I. Cube construction algorithms. 2. Topic-level taxonomy generation -- 2.1. Overview -- 2.2. Related work -- 2.3. Preliminaries -- 2.4. Adaptive term clustering -- 2.5. Adaptive term embedding -- 2.6. Experimental evaluation -- 2.7. Summary
3. Term-level taxonomy generation / Jiaming Shen -- 3.1. Overview -- 3.2. Related work -- 3.3. Problem formulation -- 3.4. The HiExpan framework -- 3.5. Experiments -- 3.6. Summary
4. Weakly supervised text classification / Yu Meng -- 4.1. Overview -- 4.2. Related work -- 4.3. Preliminaries -- 4.4. Pseudo-document generation -- 4.5. Neural models with self-training -- 4.6. Experiments -- 4.7. Summary 69
5. Weakly supervised hierarchical text classification / Yu Meng -- 5.1. Overview -- 5.2. Related work -- 5.3. Problem formulation -- 5.4. Pseudo-document generation -- 5.5. The hierarchical classification model -- 5.6. Experiments -- 5.7. Summary
part II. Cube exploitation algorithms. 6. Multidimensional summarization / Fangbo Tao -- 6.1. Introduction -- 6.2. Related work -- 6.3. Preliminaries -- 6.4. The ranking measure -- 6.5. The RepPhrase method -- 6.6. Experiments -- 6.7. Summary
7. Cross-dimension prediction in cube space -- 7.1. Overview -- 7.2. Related work -- 7.3. Preliminaries -- 7.4. Semi-supervised multimodal embedding -- 7.5. Online updating of multimodal embedding -- 7.6. Experiments -- 7.7. Summary
8. Event detection in cube space -- 8.1. Overview -- 8.2. Related work -- 8.3. Preliminaries -- 8.4. Candidate generation -- 8.5. Candidate classification -- 8.6. Supporting continuous event detection -- 8.7. Complexity analysis -- 8.8. Experiments -- 8.9. Summary
9. Conclusions -- 9.1. Summary -- 9.2. Future work
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Unstructured text, as one of the most important data forms, plays a crucial role in data-driven decision making in domains ranging from social networking and information retrieval to scientific research and healthcare informatics. In many emerging applications, people's information need from text data is becoming multidimensional--they demand useful insights along multiple aspects from a text corpus. However, acquiring such multidimensional knowledge from massive text data remains a challenging task. This book presents data mining techniques that turn unstructured text data into multidimensional knowledge. We investigate two core questions. (1) How does one identify task-relevant text data with declarative queries in multiple dimensions? (2) How does one distill knowledge from text data in a multidimensional space? To address the above questions, we develop a text cube framework. First, we develop a cube construction module that organizes unstructured data into a cube structure, by discovering latent multidimensional and multi-granular structure from the unstructured text corpus and allocating documents into the structure. Second, we develop a cube exploitation module that models multiple dimensions in the cube space, thereby distilling from user-selected data multidimensional knowledge. Together, these two modules constitute an integrated pipeline: leveraging the cube structure, users can perform multidimensional, multigranular data selection with declarative queries; and with cube exploitation algorithms, users can extract multidimensional patterns from the selected data for decision making. The proposed framework has two distinctive advantages when turning text data into multidimensional knowledge: flexibility and label-efficiency. First, it enables acquiring multidimensional knowledge flexibly, as the cube structure allows users to easily identify task-relevant data along multiple dimensions at varied granularities and further distill multidimensional knowledge. Second, the algorithms for cube construction and exploitation require little supervision; this makes the framework appealing for many applications where labeled data are expensive to obtain
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主題 Data mining
Text processing (Computer science)
text mining
multidimensional analysis
data cube
limited supervision
Alt Author Han, Jiawei, author
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