Here at Docear and Mr. DLib we have many exciting projects in the field of recommender systems, user modelling, personalisation, and adaptive systems (primarily with a focus on digital libraries but we are also open for domains such as health care, transportation, and tourism). If you are interested in pursuing any of the projects as […]
Update 2016-01-12: The salary in Tokyo would be around 1.600 US$ per month, not 1.400.
2015 has been a rather quiet year for Docear, but 2016 will be different. We have lots of ideas for new projects, and even better – we have funding to pay at least 1 Master or PhD student, to […]
One reason why we originally started the development of Docear was our interest in how people are creating mind-maps and how the information contained in mind-maps could be used for building recommender systems and other user-modeling applications. As a result of our we developed Docear’s research-paper recommender system, and if you are interested in how […]
Our paper “The Architecture and Datasets of Docear’s Research Paper Recommender System” was accepted at the 3rd International Workshop on Mining Scientific Publications (WOSP 2014), which is held in conjunction with the ACM/IEEE Joint Conference on Digital Libraries (JCDL 2014). This means, we will be in London from September 9 until September 13 to present […]
As some of you might know, I am a PhD student and the focus of my research lies on research paper recommender systems. Now, I am about to finish an extensive literature review of more than 200 research articles on research paper recommender systems. My colleagues and I summarized the findings in this 43 […]
We recently submitted a paper to UMAP (The Conference on User Modelling, Adaptation, and Personalization). The paper was about how mind-maps could be utilized by information retrieval applications. The paper got accepted, which means we will be in Aalborg, Denmark from July 7 until July 11 to present the paper. If you are a […]
We kindly ask you to participate in a brief study about Docear’s recommender system. Your participation will help us to improve the recommender system, and to secure long-term funding for the development of Docear in general! If you are willing to invest 15 minutes of your time, then please continue reading.
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Like the previous years, we offer the opportunity for Bachelor students from the US, UK or Canada to do a paid internship at Docear in summer 2014 (if you are from Germany, please read here). The internship should last for 8-12 weeks with the earliest start date being May and the latest being August. You […]
Yesterday, we published a pre-print on the shortcomings of current research paper recommender system evaluations. One of the findings was that results of offline and online experiments sometimes contradict each other. We did a more detailed analysis on this issue and wrote a new paper about it. More specifically, we conducted a comprehensive evaluation of […]
As you might now, Docear has a recommender system for research papers, and we are putting a lot of effort in the improvement of the system. Actually, the development of the recommender system is part of my PhD research. When I began my work on the recommender system, some years ago, I became quite frustrated […]
Three of our submissions to the ACM/IEEE Joint Conference on Digital Libraries (JCDL) were accepted, namely
Docear4Word: Reference Management for Microsoft Word based on BibTeX and the Citation Style Language (CSL)
In this demo-paper we introduce Docear4Word. Docear4Word enables researchers to insert and format their references and bibliographies in Microsoft Word, based on BibTeX and […]