NNexus: Towards an automatic linker for a massively-distributed collaborative corpus

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NNexus: Towards an automatic linker for a massively-distributed collaborative corpus is a 2006 conference paper written in English by Gardner J., Krowne A., Xiong L. and published in 2006 International Conference on Collaborative Computing: Networking, Applications and Worksharing, CollaborateCom.

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Collaborative online encyclopedias such as Wikipedia and PlanetMath are becoming increasingly popular. In order to understand an article in a corpus a user must understand the related and underlying concepts through linked articles. In this paper, we introduce NNexus, a generalization of the automatic linking component of PlanetMath.org and the first system that automates the process of linking encyclopedia entries into a semantic network of concepts. We discuss the challenges, present the conceptual models as well as specific mechanisms of NNexus system, and discuss some of our ongoing and completed works.

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