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User Interests Identification From Twitter using Hierarchical Knowledge Base
User Interests Identification From Twitter using Hierarchical Knowledge Base
User Interests Identification From Twitter using Hierarchical Knowledge Base
User Interests Identification From Twitter using Hierarchical Knowledge Base
User Interests Identification From Twitter using Hierarchical Knowledge Base
User Interests Identification From Twitter using Hierarchical Knowledge Base
User Interests Identification From Twitter using Hierarchical Knowledge Base
User Interests Identification From Twitter using Hierarchical Knowledge Base
User Interests Identification From Twitter using Hierarchical Knowledge Base
User Interests Identification From Twitter using Hierarchical Knowledge Base
User Interests Identification From Twitter using Hierarchical Knowledge Base
User Interests Identification From Twitter using Hierarchical Knowledge Base
User Interests Identification From Twitter using Hierarchical Knowledge Base
User Interests Identification From Twitter using Hierarchical Knowledge Base
User Interests Identification From Twitter using Hierarchical Knowledge Base
User Interests Identification From Twitter using Hierarchical Knowledge Base
User Interests Identification From Twitter using Hierarchical Knowledge Base
User Interests Identification From Twitter using Hierarchical Knowledge Base
User Interests Identification From Twitter using Hierarchical Knowledge Base
User Interests Identification From Twitter using Hierarchical Knowledge Base
User Interests Identification From Twitter using Hierarchical Knowledge Base
User Interests Identification From Twitter using Hierarchical Knowledge Base
User Interests Identification From Twitter using Hierarchical Knowledge Base
User Interests Identification From Twitter using Hierarchical Knowledge Base
User Interests Identification From Twitter using Hierarchical Knowledge Base
User Interests Identification From Twitter using Hierarchical Knowledge Base
User Interests Identification From Twitter using Hierarchical Knowledge Base
User Interests Identification From Twitter using Hierarchical Knowledge Base
User Interests Identification From Twitter using Hierarchical Knowledge Base
User Interests Identification From Twitter using Hierarchical Knowledge Base
User Interests Identification From Twitter using Hierarchical Knowledge Base
User Interests Identification From Twitter using Hierarchical Knowledge Base
User Interests Identification From Twitter using Hierarchical Knowledge Base
User Interests Identification From Twitter using Hierarchical Knowledge Base
User Interests Identification From Twitter using Hierarchical Knowledge Base
User Interests Identification From Twitter using Hierarchical Knowledge Base
User Interests Identification From Twitter using Hierarchical Knowledge Base
User Interests Identification From Twitter using Hierarchical Knowledge Base
User Interests Identification From Twitter using Hierarchical Knowledge Base
User Interests Identification From Twitter using Hierarchical Knowledge Base
User Interests Identification From Twitter using Hierarchical Knowledge Base
User Interests Identification From Twitter using Hierarchical Knowledge Base
User Interests Identification From Twitter using Hierarchical Knowledge Base
User Interests Identification From Twitter using Hierarchical Knowledge Base
User Interests Identification From Twitter using Hierarchical Knowledge Base
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User Interests Identification From Twitter using Hierarchical Knowledge Base

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Pavan Kapanipathi, Prateek Jain, Chitra Venkataramani, Amit Sheth, User Interests Identification on Twitter Using a Hierarchical Knowledge Base, ESWC 2014, May 2014. …

Pavan Kapanipathi, Prateek Jain, Chitra Venkataramani, Amit Sheth, User Interests Identification on Twitter Using a Hierarchical Knowledge Base, ESWC 2014, May 2014.

Paper at: http://j.mp/user-ig
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  • 1. Pavan Kapanipathi*, Prateek Jain^, Chitra Venkataramani^, Amit Sheth* *Kno.e.sis Center, Wright State University ^IBM TJ Watson Research Center 1 #eswc2014Kapanipathi
  • 2.  Motivation  Background  Approach  Evaluation  Conclusion & Future Work 2
  • 3. Motivation  Approach  Evaluation  Conclusion & Future Work 3
  • 4.  Tapping into Social Networks to identify interests is not new (2006+). It works!! ◦ Google, Bing, Samsung TV etc.  Twitter Content ◦ 500M+ Users generating 500M+ tweets per day. ◦ Public and useful for research 4
  • 5.  Interests with lesser or no semantics ◦ Bag of Words [1] ◦ Bag of Concepts  Some Semantics ◦ Bag of Linked Entities with intentions of using Knowledge Bases. [2, 3] 5 1. Alan Mislove, Bimal Viswanath, Krishna P. Gummadi, and Peter Druschel. You Are Who You Know: Inferring User Profiles in Online Social Networks. WSDM ’10. 2. Fabian Abel, Qi Gao, Geert-Jan Houben, and Ke Tao. Analyzing User Modeling on Twitter for Personalized News Recommendations. UMAP ’11 3. Fabrizio Orlandi, John Breslin, and Alexandre Passant. Aggregated, Interoperable and Multi-domain User Profiles for the Social Web. I-SEMANTICS ’12.
  • 6. 6
  • 7.  How can Semantics/Knowledge Bases be utilized to infer interests? ◦ Extensive use of Knowledge Bases to infer user interests from Tweets is yet to be explored.  First we started with utilizing Hierarchical Relationships 7
  • 8. Internet Semantic Search Linked Data Metadata Technology World Wide Web Semantic Web Entities Structured Information 8
  • 9.  Addressing Data Sparcity Problem ◦ Infer more interests of the users with lesser data.  Flexibility for Recommendations ◦ Recommend about Sports or Football  KB knows that Football is a sub-category of Sports ◦ Resource Description Framework and Semantic Web  RDF has lesser data online to recommend. 9
  • 10.  Motivation Approach  Evaluation  Conclusion & Future Work 10
  • 11. 11 Tweets Interest Hierarchy
  • 12. 12 Tweets Interest Hierarchy
  • 13.  Selecting an Ontology ◦ Available: Wikipedia, Dmoz, OpenCyc, Freebase ◦ Our framework can adapt to any ontology  Wikipedia ◦ Diverse Domains & Coverage ◦ Resemblance to a Taxonomy ◦ Extracted Structured Wikipedia – Dbpedia ◦ Existing entity recognition techniques (Explained further) 13
  • 14.  4.2 Million Articles  0.8 Million Wikipedia Categories  2.0 Million Category-Subcategory relationships  Challenges ◦ Since crowd-sourced – Noisy ◦ Not a hierarchy/taxonomy  It is a graph  It has cycles 14
  • 15.  Clean up -- Removed Wiki Admin Categories  Hierarchical Interest Graph needs a Base Hierarchy ◦ Shortest Path from the root node  Root Node: Category:Main Topic Classifications  Assumption – Hops to the root node determines the level of abstraction of the category. 15
  • 16. 16 Agriculture Science Science Education Scientists Main topic classifications Sports Health Health Care Health Economics Level: 1 Level: 2 Level: 3
  • 17.  Removing Links that does not concur to a hierarchy 17
  • 18. 18 Tweets Interest Hierarchy
  • 19.  Extracting Wikipedia concepts from Tweets  Interests Scoring 19 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Semantic_search http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ontology
  • 20. ◦ Issues relevant to entity extraction are handled by the web services  Stop words removal, URLs, Disambiguation etc. 20 Precision Recall F-measure Usability Rate Limit License Dbpedia Spotlight 20.1 47.5 28.3 Inhouse+Web Service N/A Apache 2.0 Text Razor 64.6 26.9 38.0 Web Service 500/day Zemanta 57.7 31.8 41.0 Web Service 10000/day *L. Derczynski, D. Maynard, N. Aswani, and K. Bontcheva. Microblog-genre noise and impact on semantic annotation accuracy. In Proceedings of the 24th ACM Conference on Hypertext and Social Media, HT ’13.
  • 21.  Scoring Wikipedia concepts 21
  • 22. Internet Semantic Search Linked Data Metadata Technology World Wide Web Semantic Web User Interests Structured Information 0.8 0.2 0.6 Scores for Interests 22
  • 23. 23 Tweets Interest Hierarchy
  • 24.  Result (Challenges) ◦ Infer more categories without context ◦ Equal weights regardless Interest Score ◦ Cannot rank categories of Interest for a user ◦ We use Spreading Activation 24 Cricket M S Dhoni Virat Kohli Sachin Tendulkar Sports Indian Cricket Indian Cricketers Honorary Members of the Order of Australia Order of Australia Awards Culture
  • 25.  Graph Algorithm to find contextual nodes ◦ Cognitive Sciences ◦ Neural Networks ◦ Information Retrieval  Associative, Semantic Networks ◦ Semantic Web  Context Generation 25
  • 26. 26 Cricket M S Dhoni Virat Kohli Sachin Tendulkar Sports Indian Cricket Indian Cricketers 0.8 0.2 0.6 0.5 0.4 0.25 0.1 Activation Function Determines the extent of spreading
  • 27. 27
  • 28.  No Decay – No Weighted Edge • Result: Most generic categories ranked higher  Decays over the hops of the activation • 0.4, 0.6, 0.8 • Result: Same as above 28
  • 29. 29 Agriculture Science Science Education Scientists Main topic classifications Sports Health Health Care Health Economics Level: 1 Main Topic Classification – 1 Technology – 2 Science – 2 Sports– 2 Business – 2 … … Technology Companies – 3 Scientists– 3 29
  • 30.  Uneven distribution of nodes in the hierarchy  Many-many for category-subcategory relationships 30 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 0 50000 100000 150000 200000 250000 300000 Hierarchical Level NumberofNodes 30
  • 31.  31 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 0 50000 100000 150000 200000 250000 300000 NumberofNodes Hierarchical Level 31
  • 32. 32 1 2 3 4 32
  • 33.  Nodes that intersect domains/subcategories activated by diverse entities 33 Cricket M S Dhoni Virat Kohli Sachin Tendulkar Sports Indian Cricket Indian Cricketers3 3 5 5 Michael Clarke Shane Watson Australian Cricket Australian Cricketers 2 2 33
  • 34.  3434
  • 35. 35
  • 36.  Motivation  Approach Evaluation  Conclusion & Future Work 36
  • 37.  User Study Data ◦ 37 Users ◦ 31927 Tweets 37 • Hierarchical Interest Graph – 111,535 Category Interests. – 3000 Categories/user – Ranking Evaluation -- Top-50 Categories.
  • 38.  How many relevant/irrelevant Hierarchical Interests are retrieved at top-k ranks? ◦ Graded Precision  How well are the retrieved relevant Hierarchical Interests ranked at top-k? ◦ Mean Average Precision  How early in the ranked Hierarchical Interests can we find a relevant result? ◦ Mean Reciprocal Recall 38
  • 39. 39 Priority Intersect works the best with • 76% Mean Average Precision • 98% Mean Reciprocal Recall
  • 40.  How many of the categories inferred by the system were not explicitly mentioned by the user in tweets? (Semantic Web and Category:Semantic Web) 40 Priority Intersect at Top-10 • 52% of Categories were not mentioned in tweets by user • 65% of which were marked relevant • 10% were marked May-be
  • 41.  Mapped (String match) categories of Wikipedia to Dmoz. ◦ ~141K categories mapped  Compared all the category and sub-category relationships of the mapped categories in the hierarchy to manually created Dmoz. ◦ 87% precise (in hierarchy were also found in Dmoz) 41
  • 42.  Motivation  Approach  Evaluation Conclusion & Future Work 42
  • 43.  Hierarchical Interest Graph (Hierarchy representation of user interests) ◦ With hierarchical levels of each interest to have flexibility for personalizing and recommending based on its abstractness.  We semantically enhanced user profiles of interests from Twitter using Knowledge bases. ◦ Inferred abstract/hierarchical interests of Twitter users using Wikipedia ◦ This can help reducing the data sparcity problem by inferring relevant interests.  The top-1 hierarchical-interest generated by the system was correct for 36 out of 37 user-study participants. ◦ Mean Average Precision at Top-10 is 0.76 43
  • 44.  Measuring impact of Hierarchical Interest Graphs for recommendation of Movies/Music ◦ Datasets  Movielens  Lastfm  Tuning the system to utilize the hierarchical levels of interests for personalization and recommendation ◦ Sports (most abstract interest) ◦ Baseball (specific interest) 44
  • 45. 45 Contact: Pavan Kapanipathi Twitter:@pavankaps Email: pavan@knoesis.org

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