Dimitris Spathis

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The present work describes the classification schema for irony detection in Greek political tweets. The proposed approach relies on limited labeled training data, and its performance on a larger unlabeled dataset is evaluated qualitatively (implicitly) via a correlation study between the irony that a party receives on Twitter, its respective actual election(More)
Common approaches to text categorization essentially rely either on n-gram counts or on word embeddings. This presents important difficulties in highly dynamic or quickly-interacting environments, where the appearance of new words and/or varied misspellings is the norm. A paradigmatic example of this situation is abusive online behavior, with social(More)
Researchers try to model the aesthetic quality of photographs into low and high-level features, drawing inspiration from art theory, psychology and marketing. We attempt to describe every feature extraction measure employed in the above process. The contribution of this literature review is the taxonomy of each feature by its implementation complexity,(More)
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