Jonathan M. Fishbein

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Current representation schemes for automatic text classification treat documents as syntactically unstructured collections of words or 'concepts'. Past attempts to encode syntactic structure have treated part-of-speech information as another word-like feature, but have been shown to be less effective than non-structural approaches. We propose a new(More)
Current representation schemes for automatic text classification treat documents as syntactically unstructured collections of words or 'concepts'. Past attempts to encode syntactic structure have treated part-of-speech information as another word-like feature, but have been shown to be less effective than non-structural approaches. Here, we investigate(More)
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