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SIGIR
2005
ACM
11 years 11 months ago
A phonotactic-semantic paradigm for automatic spoken document classification
We demonstrate a phonotactic-semantic paradigm for spoken document categorization. In this framework, we define a set of acoustic words instead of lexical words to represent acous...
Bin Ma, Haizhou Li
EMNLP
2010
11 years 3 months ago
NLP on Spoken Documents Without ASR
There is considerable interest in interdisciplinary combinations of automatic speech recognition (ASR), machine learning, natural language processing, text classification and info...
Mark Dredze, Aren Jansen, Glen Coppersmith, Ken Wa...
ACL
2006
11 years 7 months ago
Unsupervised Topic Modelling for Multi-Party Spoken Discourse
We present a method for unsupervised topic modelling which adapts methods used in document classification (Blei et al., 2003; Griffiths and Steyvers, 2004) to unsegmented multi-pa...
Matthew Purver, Konrad P. Körding, Thomas L. ...
SOCIALCOM
2010
11 years 8 days ago
Classification of Short Text Comments by Sentiment and Actionability for VoiceYourView
Much has been documented in the literature on sentiment analysis and document summarisation. Much of this applies to long structured text in the form of documents and blog posts. W...
William Simm, Maria Angela Ferrario, Scott Songlin...
ISCI
2006
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11 years 5 months ago
Computing with words for text processing: An approach to the text categorization
The use of the computing with words paradigm for the automatic text documents categorization problem is discussed. This specific problem of information retrieval (IR) becomes more...
Slawomir Zadrozny, Janusz Kacprzyk
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