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Topic_model_scheme.webm(WebM audio/video file, VP8, length 19 s, 600 × 547 pixels, 370 kbps overall)

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English: Animation of the topic detection process in a document-word matrix. Every column corresponds to a document, every row to a word. A cell stores the frequency of a word in a document, dark cells indicate high word frequencies. Topic models group both documents, which use similar words, as well as words which occur in a similar set of documents. The resulting patterns are called "Topics".[1]
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Author Christoph Carl Kling

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  1. http://topicmodels.west.uni-koblenz.de/ckling/tmt/svd_ap.html

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16:31, 29 March 201725 s, 600 × 547 (952 KB)CklingLast frame is shown for 10s.
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