Semantic mapping (statistics)

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Semantic mapping (SM) is a method in statistics for dimensionality reduction that can be used in a set of multidimensional vectors of features to extract a few new features that preserves the main data characteristics. SM performs dimensionality reduction by clustering the original features in semantic clusters and combining features mapped in the same cluster to generate an extracted feature. Given a data set, this method constructs a projection matrix that can be used to map a data element from a high-dimensional space into a reduced dimensional space. SM can be applied in construction of text mining and information retrieval systems, as well as systems managing vectors of high dimensionality. SM is an alternative to random mapping, principal components analysis and latent semantic indexing methods.

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  • CORRÊA, R. F.; LUDERMIR, T. B. Improving Self Organization of Document Collections by Semantic Mapping. Neurocomputing(Amsterdam), v. 70, p. 62-69, 2006. doi:10.1016/j.neucom.2006.07.007

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