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Finding information about people using search engines is one of the most common activities on the Web. However, search engines usually return a long list of Web pages, which may be relevant to many namesakes, especially given the explosive growth of Web data. To address the challenge caused by name ambiguity in Web people search, this paper proposes a novel graph-based framework, GRAPE (abbr. a Graph-based fRamework for disAmbiguating People appEarances in Web search). In GRAPE, people tagdoi:10.1109/icdm.2009.25 dblp:conf/icdm/JiangWAWZL09 fatcat:kg6mbwyl5vel3iubgnwda45asm