Here’s what I found: What I found was a fascinating list of topics, with many of the expected fundamental papers like Shannon’s Theory of Information and the Google paper, a strong showing from Mapreduce and machine learning, but also some interesting hints that augmented reality may be becoming more of an actual reality soon.
LDA is a means of classifying objects, such as documents, based on their underlying topics.
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Since we recently announced our 001 Binary Battle to promote applications built on the Mendeley API (now including PLo S as well), I decided to take a look at the data to see what people have to work with.