Quantitative Analysis Powered by Naïve Bayes Classifier Algorithm to Data-Related Publications Social-Scientific Network

Authors

  • Tobias Ribeiro Sombra Brazilian Institute of Information, Science and Technology (IBICT) - Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ)
  • Rose Marie Santini Brazilian Institute of Information, Science and Technology (IBICT) - Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ)
  • Emerson Cordeiro Morais Federal Rural University of Amazonia (UFRA)
  • Walmir Oliveira Couto Federal Rural University of Amazonia (UFRA)
  • Alex de Jesus Zissou Federal Rural University of Amazonia (UFRA)
  • Pedro Silvestre da Silva Campos Federal Rural University of Amazonia (UFRA)
  • Paulo Cerqueira dos Santos Junior Federal Rural University of Amazonia (UFRA)
  • Glauber Tadaiesky Marques Federal Rural University of Amazonia (UFRA)
  • Otavio Andre Chase Federal Rural University of Amazonia (UFRA)
  • José Felipe Souza de Almeida Federal Rural University of Amazonia (UFRA)

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.31686/ijier.vol8.iss6.2390

Keywords:

Scientific Social Networks, Mendeley, Naïve Bayes, Machine Learning

Abstract

Quantitative evaluation of a dataset can play an important role in pattern recognition of technical-scientific research involving behavior and dynamics in social networks. As an example, are the adaptive feature weighting approaches by naive Bayes text algorithm. This work aims to present an exploratory data analysis with a quantitative approach that involves pattern recognition using the Mendeley research network; to identify logics given the popularity of document access. To better analyze the results, the work was divided into four categories, each with three subcategories, that is, five, three, and two output classes. The name for these categories came up due to data collection, which also presented documents with open access, dismembering proceedings, and journals for two more categories. As a result, the performance for the test examples showed a lower error rate related to the subcategory two output classes in the criterion of popularity by using the naive Bayes algorithm in Mendeley.

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Published

01-06-2020

How to Cite

Sombra, T., Santini, R., Morais, E., Couto, W., Zissou, A., Campos, P., Santos Junior, P., Marques, G. ., Chase, O., & Almeida, J. F. (2020). Quantitative Analysis Powered by Naïve Bayes Classifier Algorithm to Data-Related Publications Social-Scientific Network. International Journal for Innovation Education and Research, 8(6), 205–217. https://doi.org/10.31686/ijier.vol8.iss6.2390

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