Student Publications and Research - Information Sciences
This collection contains publications, conference papers and posters, and other research and scholarship of School of Information Sciences' PhD and master's students.
(2018-05)Libraries are meant to be places where one can find materials to fill all number of information needs, but information on privileged groups has long been overrepresented. Queer materials are infamously difficult to find, ...
(Networked Knowledge Organization Systems (NKOS), 2018)Advancements in technologies such as DNA analysis have given rise to new ways in organizing organisms in biodiversity classification systems. In this paper, we examine the feasibility of aligning two classification systems ...
(2018-05-09)Sentiment analysis or opinion mining is one of the major topics in Natural Language Processing and Text Mining. This paper will provide a complete process of sentiment analysis from data gathering and data preparation ...
(2018-05-12)Camera source detection has drawn a lot of attention in past decade. It enables us to solve a wide range of problems, from crime evidence identification to photo tampering detection. In this paper, some main methods ...
(iConference, 2018-03)Extracted feature data augment information resources with concrete characterizations of their content, but only approximate to the meaningful high-level descriptions typically expected by digital musicology scholars (domain ...