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IJCAI
2003
12 years 1 months ago
Does a New Simple Gaussian Weighting Approach Perform Well in Text Categorization?
A new approach to the Text Categorization problem is here presented. It is called Gaussian Weighting and it is a supervised learning algorithm that, during the training phase, est...
Giorgio Maria Di Nunzio, Alessandro Micarelli
TAL
2004
Springer
12 years 5 months ago
One Size Fits All? A Simple Technique to Perform Several NLP Tasks
Word fragments or n-grams have been widely used to perform different Natural Language Processing tasks such as information retrieval [1] [2], document categorization [3], automatic...
Daniel Gayo-Avello, Darío Álvarez Gu...
DOCENG
2006
ACM
12 years 5 months ago
NEWPAR: an automatic feature selection and weighting schema for category ranking
Category ranking provides a way to classify plain text documents into a pre-determined set of categories. This work proposes to have a look at typical document collections and ana...
Fernando Ruiz-Rico, José Luis Vicedo Gonz&a...
ICIP
1999
IEEE
13 years 1 months ago
Programmable Hardware Implementation for the Median-Rational Hybrid Filters
The Median-Rational Hybrid Filter (MRHF) has been recently introduced [1][2] as a new class of nonlinear filters and successfully applied to image filtering problems. The main cha...
Lazhar Khriji, Giuseppe Bernacchia, Moncef Gabbouj...
ANLP
2000
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Using Corpus-derived Name Lists for Named Entity Recognition
This paper describes experiments to establish the performance of a named entity recognition system which builds categorized lists of names from manually annotated training data. N...
Mark Stevenson, Robert J. Gaizauskas
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