UTMN Associate Professor Develops Search Engine for Scientific Papers

Research and Innovations 24 October 2017
UTMN Associate professor Yulia Bidulya took part in the 2nd Russian-Pacific Conference on Computer Technology and Applications (RPC-2017), held in Vladivostok. 

At the venue devoted to technologies, scholars and professional software designers discussed approaches, methods and algorithms for solving topical academic and practical issues in the spheres of industry, service, health care and education.

There, Yulia Bidulya presented the concept of a search engine for scientific papers based on computer linguistics.

“To enhance the relevance of the articles found, we used machine learning based on nominally relevant documents, selected with a bigram-based vector space model,” explained Yulia Bidulya. 

Representatives from 20 countries (Russia, the USA, Japan, China, Taiwan, Korea, Australia, Norway, Bulgaria among others) sent more than 400 applications, but only 183 participants were chosen by the International Organizing Committee to present the most relevant and interesting research.

The Conference was organized by the Institute of Automation and Control Processes (Russian Academy of Sciences, Far Eastern Branch), Far Eastern Federal University and the IEEE NSW Section, Australia.

Topics discussed at the event included 4 research fields: Ontologies, Cloud computing, Intelligent Computing and Technologies. 

Source: UTMN Department of Strategic Communications

Link to Russian version: https://www.utmn.ru/presse/novosti/nauka-segodnya/454134/


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