Automatic In-Text Keyword Tagging based on Information Retrieval

Jinsuk Kim, Du-Seok Jin, KwangYoung Kim and Ho-Seop Choe
Volume: 5, No: 3, Page: 159 ~ 166, Year: 2009
10.3745/JIPS.2009.5.3.159
Keywords: Automatic In-Text Keyword Tagging, Information Retrieval, Pattern Matching, Boyer-Moore-Horspool Algorithm, Keyword Dictionary, Cross-Referencing, in-text content link
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Abstract
As shown in Wikipedia, tagging or cross-linking through major keywords in a document collection improves not only the readability of documents but also responsive and adaptive navigation among related documents. In recent years, the Semantic Web has increased the importance of social tagging as a key feature of the Web 2.0 and, as its crucial phenotype, Tag Cloud has emerged to the public. In this paper we provide an efficient method of automated in-text keyword tagging based on large-scale controlled term collection or keyword dictionary, where the computational complexity of O(mN) – if a pattern matching algorithm is used – can be reduced to O(mlogN) – if an Information Retrieval technique is adopted – while m is the length of target document and N is the total number of candidate terms to be tagged. The result shows that automatic in-text tagging with keywords filtered by Information Retrieval

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IEEE Style
J. Kim, D. Jin and K. K. H. Choe, "Automatic In-Text Keyword Tagging based on Information Retrieval," Journal of Information Processing Systems, vol. 5, no. 3, pp. 159~166, 2009. DOI: 10.3745/JIPS.2009.5.3.159.

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Jinsuk Kim, Du-Seok Jin, KwangYoung Kim and Ho-Seop Choe. 2009. Automatic In-Text Keyword Tagging based on Information Retrieval, Journal of Information Processing Systems, 5, 3, (2009), 159~166. DOI: 10.3745/JIPS.2009.5.3.159.