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Interpretable Topic Analysis

Interpretable Topic Analysis

Interpretable Topic Analysis Mincheol Kim 1. Introduction Over the past few years, the volume of news information on the Internet has seen exponential growth. With news consumption diversifying across various platforms beyond traditional media, topic modeling has emerged as a vital methodology for analyzing this ever-expanding pool of textual data. This introduction provides an overview…

Modeling Joint Distribution Of Monthly Energy Uses In Individual Urban Buildings For A Year

Modeling Joint Distribution Of Monthly Energy Uses In Individual Urban Buildings For A Year

Modeling Joint Distribution Of Monthly Energy Uses In Individual Urban Buildings For A Year Jeonghun Song a, Hoyong Choi b,* a Swiss Institute of Artificial Intelligence, Chaltenbodenstrasse 26, 8834 Schindellegi, Schwyz, Switzerland b Graduate School of Innovation and Technology Management, College of Business, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Daehak-ro, Yuseong-gu, Daejeon 34141, Republic…

Modeling Digital Advertising Data with Measurement Error: Poisson Time Series and Poisson Kalman Filter Approach

Modeling Digital Advertising Data with Measurement Error: Poisson Time Series and Poisson Kalman Filter Approach

Modeling Digital Advertising Data with Measurement Error: Poisson Time Series and Poisson Kalman Filter Approach Jeongwoo Park 1. Introduction 1.1 Background Digital advertising has exploded in popularity and has become a mainstream part of the global advertising market, offering new areas unreachable by traditional media such as TV and newspapers. In particular, as the offline…

Is Bubble in Auction Market Really Bubble? Bubble Index in Real Estate Auction Market

Is Bubble in Auction Market Really Bubble? Bubble Index in Real Estate Auction Market

Is Bubble in Auction Market Really Bubble? Bubble Index in Real Estate Auction Market Hyeyoung Park 1. Introduction 1.1 Background and Objectives Bubbles in financial assets or commodities, characterized by prices exceeding intrinsic value, have historically posed risks to markets and economies[8]. Often, these bubbles go unrecognized until they burst, resulting in significant investor losses….