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    creating adjacency matrix , using c#

    Hi!
    I want to create adjacency matrix for the given dataset.
    for example:

    #*Active Database Systems.
    #@Umeshwar Dayal,Eric N. Hanson,Jennifer Widom
    #t1995
    #cModern Database Systems
    #%995520
    #%189


    #*Specification and Execution of Transactional Workflows.
    #@Marek Rusinkiewicz,Amit P. Sheth
    #t1995
    #cModern Database Systems
    #%26682
    #%807142
    #%1065531
    #%855968


    #*Foundations of Databases.
    #@Serge Abiteboul,Richard Hull,Victor Vianu
    #t1995
    #c
    #%1118192
    #%189
    #%1088975
    #%971271
    #%832272
    #%544788
    #%1137947
    #%597921
    #%160032
    #%641879
    #%303893
    #%929563
    #%160519
    #%1118157
    #%2246
    #%641813
    #%621173
    #%1118169
    #%544814
    #%544798
    #%641851
    #%949603
    #%209741
    #%1118135
    #%1118137
    #%597931


    In above dataset, 3 records are given. Each record starts with "#*" and ends with "#%".

    #* is "paper title"
    #@ is "Authors"
    #t is "Year"
    #c is "publication Venu "
    #% is " paper citations"

    I want to create adjacency matrix against authors (i.e. starts with #@) and the paper citations (i.e. starts with #%) from each record , that is the number of times the author is cited.

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    Re: creating adjacency matrix , using c#

    Your problem seems a little under specified. In particular, the metadata for each paper will need to declare its own numerical identifier (not just the IDs of the papers it cites). In your example, that does not seem to be happening.

    What is the source I this data? Bibliometrics is an established field (indeed it has it's own journal!). If you are using a common format, I encourage you to use a tool like NetworkWorkbench or Gephi to analyze this data.
    Best Regards,

    BioPhysEngr
    http://blog.biophysengr.net
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    All advice is offered in good faith only. You are ultimately responsible for effects of your programs and the integrity of the machines they run on.

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