Machine Learning, Libraries, and Cross-Disciplinary Research: Possibilities and Provocations

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Abstract

This collection of essays is the unexpected culmination of a 2018–2020 grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services to the Hesburgh Libraries at the University of Notre Dame. The plan called for a survey and a series of workshops hosted across the country to explore, originally, “the national need for library based topic modeling tools in support of cross-disciplinary discovery systems.” As the project developed, however, it became apparent that the scope of re- search should expand beyond topic modeling and that the scope of output might expand beyond a white paper. The end of the 2010s, we found, was swelling with library-centered investigations of broader machine learning applications across the disciplines, and our workshops demonstrated such a compelling mixture of perspectives on this development that we felt an edited collection of essays from our participants would be an essential witness to the moment in history.

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Document Type
  • Book

Editor
  • Daniel Johnson

Contributing Editor
  • Donald Brower

  • Alex Papson

  • Mark Dehmlow

  • Eric Lease Morgan

  • John (Zheng) Wang

Contributor
  • Arend Hintze

  • Jorden Schossau

  • Charlie Harper

  • Marisa Plumb

  • Andrew Janco

  • Sue Wiegand

  • Meng Jiang

  • Bohyun Kim

  • Audrey Altman

  • Michael Lesk

  • Eric Lease Morgan

  • Max Prud’homme

  • Jason Cohen

  • Mario Nakazawa

  • Ana Lucic

  • John Shanahan

  • Samuel Hansen

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ISBN
  • 9780578881539

Publisher
  • Hesburgh Libraries, University of Notre Dame

Publication Date
  • 2020

Subject
  • Machine learning

  • Topic modelling

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Language
  • English

Record Visibility Public
Content License
  • All rights reserved

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doi:10.7274/r0-wxg0-pe06

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