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Q-Title

Essential Recourses:

Downloads of Q-Title Corpus:

This README includes:

  • Codebase Instruction
    • Usage: You can replicate the same process for future papers only if they are indexed by dblp or ACL. Please read the codebase.
  • Corpus Description

1. Codebase Structure

  • data-curl

    Our study includes papers from two major sources: ACL for computational linguistic society, DBLP for other conferences (we choose Top 50 CS conference from [link])

    • curl.sh: A bash script that curl webpages (.html) from dblp for top 50 CS conferences in past 30 years.
    • We directly download its official full bib file from [link].
  • data-mining

    • html2csv.py: Convert the downloaded html file into an intermediate csv file.

      • Key metadata encoded in csv columns: 'title', 'question', 'venue', 'year'.
    • bib2csv.py: Convert the downloaded html bib into an intermediate csv file.

      • Key metadata is the same as above: 'title', 'question', 'venue', 'year'.
    • csv2question.py:

      This script is more about NLP than data mining :P

      In the class of question_mining_process we have following methods that being executed sequentially:

      • question_detection: from 350k+ paper titiles, we detect 4k+ questions that have a question in it.

        Input: the original panda dataframe from original csv files.

        Output: a new panda dataframe that only contains titles that contain questions.

      • insights_question_detection: generate insights from question_detection method.

        Input: the dataframe from question_detection

        Output: question frequencies w.r.t. year/venue.

      • question_mining: from 4k+ titles with questions, we extract the questions from the title.

        Input: The dataframe from question_detection

        Output: A new dataframe with a new column of title

        Key technology: spacy's sentence segmentation.

      • question_analyze: Analyze questions.

        Input: The dataframe from question_mining

        Output: A new dataframe, adding a new column for the type of questions, we now have general questions, special questions, choice questions and disjunctive questions.

      • question_type_per_year_venue

        Input: The dataframe from question_analyze.

        Output: Question types w.r.t. year/venue.

2. Q-Title: Corpus Analysis

2.1 Corpus Metadata

In this development repo, we don't upload raw data file.

You can download the zip here: https://github.com/YisongMiao/Q-Title/blob/main/question_info.csv.zip

Or a csv file: https://yisong.me/publications/question_info.csv

In the csv file:

  • Number of Rows (each question in one row): 4181

  • Number of Columns: 6, and they are 'Question', 'Title', 'Index', 'venue', 'year', 'type'.

    • Question: in text format.
    • Title: in text format.
    • Index: from 0 to 4087, indicating the index of title. This is because some title has more than one questions.
    • venue: The venue where the paper was presented. We have ACL events + other
    • year: In range (1990, 2020)
    • type: With five options: general, special, choice, disjunctive, and unknown.

2.2 Corpus Samples in Q-Title:

Randomly seleted 30 samples.

Question Title Index venue year type
Yes we can!? Yes we can!? Annotating English modal verbs 933 acl-events 2012 unknown
What does the power industry need from the EDA industry and what is the EDA industry doing about it? Panel: What does the power industry need from the EDA industry and what is the EDA industry doing about it? 3883 date 2011 special
How Much Data Do You Need? How Much Data Do You Need? About the Creation of a Ground Truth for Black Letter and the Effectiveness of Neural OCR 87 acl-events 2020 special
How Far from Optimal Is Fast and Frugal?. On the Accuracy of Bounded Rationality: How Far from Optimal Is Fast and Frugal?. 1626 nips 2005 special
Does estimation trump compression? Learning Markov distributions: Does estimation trump compression? 3786 isit 2016 general
How Does Channel Coding Affect the Design of Uplink SCMA Multidimensional Constellations? How Does Channel Coding Affect the Design of Uplink SCMA Multidimensional Constellations? 3691 wcnc 2020 special
Do you remember this source code? Do you remember this source code? 2732 icse 2018 general
How Hard Is the Manipulative Design of Scoring Systems?. How Hard Is the Manipulative Design of Scoring Systems?. 2691 ijcai 2019 special
Which PKI (public key infrastructure) is the right one? Which PKI (public key infrastructure) is the right one? (panel session). 2467 ccs 2000 special
Easy as ABC? Easy as ABC? Facilitating Pictorial Communication via Semantically Enhanced Layout 1106 acl-events 2008 unknown
CM(1, 2) or CM(2, 2)? Which constant modulus criterion is better for blind adaptive filtering: CM(1, 2) or CM(2, 2)? [equalizer example]. 2552 icassp 2005 choice
When must all terminals talk? Achieving SK capacity in the source model: When must all terminals talk? 3839 isit 2014 special
When Does Diversity of Agent Preferences Improve Outcomes in Selfish Routing? When Does Diversity of Agent Preferences Improve Outcomes in Selfish Routing? 2658 ijcai 2018 special
Does Vertical Bring more Satisfaction? Does Vertical Bring more Satisfaction?: Predicting Search Satisfaction in a Heterogeneous Environment. 3272 cikm 2015 general
The Usual Suspects? The Usual Suspects? Reassessing Blame for VAE Posterior Collapse. 1801 icml 2020 unknown
Where to park? Where to park? minimizing the expected time to find a parking space. 1854 icra 2015 special
Far but Near or Near but Far? Far but Near or Near but Far?: The Effects of Perceived Distance on the Relationship between Geographic Dispersion and Perceived Diversity. 2095 chi 2016 choice
; Where are we today?! Summarization and Evaluation; Where are we today?! 1145 acl-events 2007 unknown
Can it Work? Cognitive Radio in a Frequency Planned Environment: Can it Work? 3347 globecom 2007 general
Is this app safe? Is this app safe?: a large scale study on application permissions and risk signals. 2001 www 2012 general
is this even the right question? Lightweight vs. heavyweight processes: is this even the right question? 2799 icse 2002 general
Is actuation redundancy a good solution for pick-and-place? Towards 100G with PKM. Is actuation redundancy a good solution for pick-and-place? 1840 icra 2010 general
Support or Oppose? Support or Oppose? Classifying Positions in Online Debates from Reply Activities and Opinion Expressions 1045 acl-events 2010 choice
Who's Better? Who's Better? Who's Best? Pairwise Deep Ranking for Skill Determination. 1483 cvpr 2018 special
What good are strong specifications? What good are strong specifications? 2769 icse 2013 special
Do You See What I See? Do You See What I See? Differential Treatment of Anonymous Users. 3462 ndss 2016 general
Culture or fluency? Culture or fluency?: unpacking interactions between culture and communication medium. 2308 chi 2011 choice
Expect the Unexpected? Expect the Unexpected? The Processing of Possibility Hedges in Medical Diagnoses and Medical Advice 433 acl-events 2018 unknown
Fluency, Adequacy, or HTER? Fluency, Adequacy, or HTER? Exploring Different Human Judgments with a Tunable MT Metric 1074 acl-events 2009 choice
Given Obstacles? Feasibility: Can Humanoid Robots Overcome Given Obstacles? 1867 icra 2005 unknown

2.3 Insights and Discussions

Please refer to our slides for full insights and discussions. [Slides@Google]

We only show key images here.

Figure 1: Frequency of questions w.r.t. years:

freq-venue

Figure 2: Frequency of questions w.r.t. venues:

freq-venue

Figure 3: Distribution of Question Types.

freq-venue

Figure 4: Distribution of Question Types w.r.t. Years.

freq-venue

Figure 5: Distribution of Question Types w.r.t. Venues.

freq-venue

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