Incremental Sparse TFIDF & Incremental Similarity with Bipartite Graphs

11/29/2018 ∙ by Rui Portocarrero Sarmento, et al. ∙ 0

In this report, we experimented with several concepts regarding text streams analysis. We tested an implementation of Incremental Sparse TF-IDF (IS-TFIDF) and Incremental Cosine Similarity (ICS) with the use of bipartite graphs. We are using bipartite graphs - one type of node are documents, and the other type of nodes are words - to know what documents are affected with a word arrival at the stream (the neighbors of the word in the graph). Thus, with this information, we leverage optimized algorithms used for graph-based applications. The concept is similar to, for example, the use of hash tables or other computer science concepts used for fast access to information in memory.

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