CiteSeer: Citation Matching

Overview

“CiteSeer” is a relational dataset of publication citations for Alchemy, the original dataset is available on their website. This version has modifications to work with BoostSRL; including the associated background, train/test folders, and the positives/negatives/facts.

Three targets are possible:

  • infield_fauthor
  • infield_ftitle
  • infield_fvenue

Download

Download: CiteSeer.zip (1.62 MB)

  • md5sum:

    e606e6f3fbe12f62cb5261285b39209c

  • sha256sum:

    f5f6dd960a09d98e80cb2dcb735463dbc7dc5aaf2676f98d938be7df6edd2200


Setup

  1. After downloading, unzip CiteSeer.zip

    unzip CiteSeer.zip

  2. If you’re using a jar file, move it into the CiteSeer directory:

    mv (BoostSRL jar file) CiteSeer/
    mv (auc jar file) CiteSeer/

  3. Learning:
    Note: Learning may take a long amount of time on all three targets.

    java -jar BoostSRL.jar -l -train train/ -trees 10 -target infield_fauthor,infield_ftitle,infield_fvenue

  4. Inference:

java -jar BoostSRL.jar -i -test test/ -model train/models/ -aucJarPath . -target infield_fauthor,infield_ftitle,infield_fvenue -trees 10


Modes

// Parameters
usePrologVariables: true.
setParam: treeDepth=4.
setParam: nodeSize=2.
setParam: numOfClauses=8.
setParam: numOfCycles=8.
// Modes & Bridgers
mode: center(+bib, +pos).
mode: center(+bib, -pos).
mode: firstin(+bib, +pos).
mode: firstin(+bib, -pos).
mode: firstnonauthortitletkn(+bib, +pos).
mode: firstnonauthortitletkn(+bib, -pos).
mode: followby(+bib, +pos, #token).
mode: hascomma(+bib, +pos).
mode: hascomma(+bib, -pos).
mode: haspunc(+bib, +pos).
mode: haspunc(+bib, -pos).
mode: infield_ftitle(+bibpos).
mode: infield_fauthor(+bibpos).
mode: infield_fvenue(+bibpos).
mode: isalphachar(+token).
mode: isdate(+token).
mode: isdigit(+token).
mode: lastinitial(+bib, +pos).
mode: lastinitial(+bib, -pos).
mode: lessthan(+pos, -pos).
mode: lessthan(-pos, +pos).
mode: next(+pos, -pos).
mode: next(-pos, +pos).
bridger: next/2.
mode: nextbibpos(+bibpos, -bibpos).
mode: nextbibpos(-bibpos, +bibpos).
nextbibpos(BP1,BP2) :- isbibpos(BP1, B,P1), isbibpos(BP2,B,P2), next(P1,P2).
mode: isbibpos(+bibpos, -bib, -pos).
mode: isbibpos(+bibpos, +bib, -pos).
mode: isbibpos(+bibpos, -bib, +pos).
mode: isbibpos(-bibpos, +bib, +pos).
bridger: isbibpos/3.
mode: token(+token, +pos, +bib).
mode: token(+token, -pos, +bib).
mode: token(-token, +pos, +bib).

Updated: