(Semantic) Similarity-Blog

Why ballpoint pens and pencils are similar?

About this page

First of all - welcome on this page!  The blog is intended to keep interested readers informed about past and recent research concerning (semantic) similarity measurement theories and applications. Beside this, I will also publish a lot of rough and often half-ready ideas or comments; of course you are invited to discuss them using the comment function. However I will try to tackle a broad range of similarity research, as GI scientist my focus may slightly differ compared to readers from cognitive science or theoretical information science. If you like to, please feel free to contribute your own ideas. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact me.

 More about me: Krzysztof Janowicz at Penn State

Copyleft instead of Copyright  

Please note that all papers and other information sources discussed here (also my own) are the intellectual property of their authors and may be affected by copyright restrictions of the respective publishers. Please contact the authors or publishers directly if you have any questions and keep their copyrights in mind. Note however that all content provided as articles within the similarity-blog are of course licensed under the Creative Commons License. Please click on the CC logo to read more about the chosen license.

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