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State-of-the-art expert search approaches rely on documentperson associations to infer the expertise of a candidate person for a given query. Such associations have traditionally been modeled as boolean variables, indicating whether or not a candidate authored a document, and further normalized to penalize prolific authorships. In this paper, we address expert search in academia, where the authorship of a document can be determined with reasonable certainty. In contrast to traditionaldoi:10.1145/2911451.2914751 dblp:conf/sigir/MangaraviteS16 fatcat:syq37trzsze7norrtoj6sxud4q