This year's discovery challenge presents two tasks in the new area
of social bookmarking. One task covers spam detection and
the other covers tag recommendations. As we are hosting the social bookmark and
publication sharing system BibSonomy, we are able to provide a dataset
of BibSonomy for the challenge. A training dataset for both tasks is provided at the beginning of the competition.
The test dataset will be released 48 hours before the final deadline. Due to a very tight schedule we cannot grant any deadline
The presentation of the results will take place at the ECML/PKDD workshop where the top teams are
invited to present their approaches and results.
mendation service which can be called via HTTP by BibSonomy's recommender when a user posts a bookmark or publication. All participating recommenders are called on each posting process, one of them is choosen to actually deliver the results to the user. We can then measure
Kindrd works by making ‘Links’ between things. A Link can be anything; the city that inspired an album, the book that led to a film or two songs that just feel like they go together. These links help us to explore the things we love and discover media in a whole new way. We call it ‘Mapping Culture’.
Libraries are continually changing to meet the needs of users. This includes implementing discovery tools, also referred to as web-scale discovery tools or services, to make it easier to search through their physical, digital and electronic collections. Even if these tools are still new, vendors and suppliers are continuously improving their functionalities offering new services…
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