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Monday, July 20 • 9:00pm - 10:00pm
P131: Unsupervised metadata tagging of computational neuroscience literature, towards question answering

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Evan Cudone, Robert McDougal

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ABSTRACT:
Curation and knowledge dissemination of the computational neuroscience field requires many unique considerations as it utilizes language, methods, and ideas from diverse areas including biology, chemistry, physics, mathematics, medicine, and computer science. In order to effectively facilitate curation and knowledge dissemination for the computational neuroscience community we must first develop a robust representation of its existing literature. Using unsupervised topic modeling approaches, a metadata tagging schema was developed for computational neuroscience literature from ModelDB (a repository of computational neuroscience models), and compared to that of a larger neuroscience corpus. This analysis shows key differences in the types of discoveries and knowledge addressed in neuroscience and its computational subdiscipline, and gives insight into how an automated question answering system might differ between the two.

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Evan Cudone

Computational Biology and Bioinformatics, Yale University
I am a graduate student in the McDougal Lab in the computational biology and bioinformatics program at Yale University.I do not participate in conventional computational neuroscience, but work on unsupervised literature based discovery within computational neuroscience and neuroscience... Read More →



Monday July 20, 2020 9:00pm - 10:00pm CEST
Slot 09