The search bar on the left of the homepage can be retrieved by author/affiliation/conference/topic/paper search.

Below the search bar has the characteristics of our various academic map, below each icon to click into the different types of maps (academic map/affiliation map/topic map/coauthor map/conference map)

Academic Map

In the system, Map section technology is mainly used in the presentation of academic maps

Each point in the map represents a paper, and the basic information of the change paper can be viewed by clicking on the paper.

The point cluster of each color represents an academic field. With a total of 13 stories and more than 20 million tiles, the academic map can provide a great degree of indenting freedom.

Different colors represent different areas, each small dot represents a relatively small topic, you can slide the mouse to zoom in or out.

Topic Map

In the five icons on the home page, you can click on the Topic Map to enter into the Topic Map.

Different colors represent different areas, each small dot represents a relatively small topic, you can slide the mouse to zoom in or out.

Click on the small circle and you can jump to the map interface of the Topic.

When the mouse moves to a small circle, you can see the detailed information about the book, and click on the dot to enter the detailed interface of the book and the same interface as the search paper.

The CS topic map in the topic map can be displayed by setting k-core values in the lower left corner of the page, which can dynamically display k-core under different values.

Enter the topic page by entering the topic you want to know in the search bar.

For example: Enter database to view the database topic page.

Topic Map includes a map of the topic, a map of scholars, related fields, father/child topics, excellent authors and paper recommendations.

Affiliation Map

Click on any of the affiliations in the image below, and it will appear a map of scholars within the affiliation.

Each point in the affiliation map of scholars represents a scholar, all of them from the same affiliation.

This is an affiliation map of scholars in a university. There are many communities in the map, and the community can reflect the differences of research direction between different academic groups.

Similarly, you can enter the affiliation page to view relevant information by entering the name of the organization.

Co-author Map

In the five icons on the home page, you can enter the coauthor map page by clicking on the Co-author Map.

Recommend to a particular author's coauthor.In Acemap, the academic social network structure of specific authors is presented visually.

Similarly, if you want to know an author, just type the author's name in the search bar, and the search bar appears with the relevant author, and click to enter the author page.

You can view the author's coauthor map, thesis recommendation, teacher's relationship, affiliation, research direction, etc

To mark the 50th anniversary of the Turing award, the Acemap team produced a map of winners'coauthors

With the function of year, field and organization, the relationship between each Turing award is presented intuitively.

The red dots are the Turing award winners and the green dots are the main co-authors of the Turing award winners.

Conference Map

In the five icons on the home page, you can select the Conference Map by clicking on the Conference Map.

The Acemap conference map contains two versions Map of scholars and papers in conference,You can search for conference titles, see conference maps, and excellent author papers in the search bar.

Acemap system also introduces the class A, class B, and C conferences recommended by CCF. It is convenient for users to compare the authoritative and representative conferences in various fields.

Advance and Achievement

Acemap's advantages

First time showing The hidden theme Network model and topic hierarchical clustering

First time showing Consider the Index of innovation in the paper evaluation Index J-Index In this paper, the degree of innovation of each paper and the degree of reference to each reference document are calculated by considering the contribution and innovation of the paper

First utilize Visualization technique To demonstrate the evolution of the topic and the development of the subject

Based on the large sample size paper database : through the integration and concentration of the data of the existing proceedings, the paper database of a huge amount (127 million) is obtained by crawling to a certain amount of data

Acemap's achievements

Paper Publications

3 has been received by AAAI, WWW, ICDM

2 in contributing

Patent Application

4 patent applications (application number has been obtained)

2 patents are applying (pending application number)

J-index usage

Was selected as one of the indicators to select the INFOCOM Test of Time Paper Award.

Was chosen as one of the indicators of the TON Best of Paper.

High influential researchers

Acemap and Jointly published the list of influential scholars of 2017

A list of influential researchers in China and some of the world's top universities, the influential factor is the number of papers published, the number of citations, the H index, etc.