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.
(Conference on Statistical Learning and Data Science / Nonparametric Statistics, 2018-06-05)The world of movies contains enormous information and is worth digging for prediction and recommendation. IMDB database is one good example for extracting the relevant features, including both the item-based information ...
Bridging, Bonding, and Maintained Social Capital as Predictors of Psychological Well-Being in a WhatsApp Group (2018)This paper reported part of the findings from a study conducted to understand how participants build and maintain social capital through group communication on WhatsApp. We collected data from 75 participants who were ...
Comparing articles identified as Randomized Controlled Trials: MEDLINE, Cochrane, and the RCT Tagger (2018-10-31)Randomized Controlled Trials (RCTs) are considered the gold standard of medical knowledge about treatment effects. RCTs are used in evidence-based clinical practice and for the production of systematic reviews. Determining ...
Extracting claim sentences from biomedical documents: a pilot study focusing on drug-drug interaction claims (2018-10-31)A vast amount of biomedical research is published every year, making it extremely difficult to keep track of new findings. It is possible to represent the main findings of a biomedical paper as “claims” supported by evidence. ...
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(2018-11-10)Authors contribute a wide variety of intellectual efforts to a research paper, ranging from initial conceptualization to final analysis and reporting, and many journals today publish the allocated responsibilities and ...