Abstract—Document analysis for various reports assisted by computer is becoming one of the necessary techniques in modern information and communication age, which is expected to be an effective tool for management improvement and advanced innovation. In document analysis, natural language processing and multivariate analysis methods based on information technology are popular research techniques, which deepen our understanding of accumulated document data, such as evaluation reports, and also have possibility to lead new knowledge discovery. Utilizing these techniques, in this paper we examine textual contents of evaluation reports of National University Corporation Evaluation in Japan. We operate key word extraction and multivariate analysis for grasping global and local features of the evaluation reports. Moreover, we consider stability of document analysis which effects to the comprehension of evaluation reports in case of textual data fluctuation.
Index Terms—Document analysis, stability, document comprehension, evaluation reports, university evaluation.
Authors are with National Institution for Academic Degrees and University Evaluation, 1-29-1 Gakuen-nishimachi, Kodaira,Tokyo,187-8587Japan (e-mail: ida@ niad.ac.jp).
Cite: Masaaki Ida and Susumu Shibui, "Document Analysis and Stability for Comprehension of University Evaluation Reports," International Journal of Innovation, Management and Technology vol. 3, no. 2, pp. 106-111, 2012.