A Heuristic-driven Uncertainty based Ensemble Framework for Fake News Detection in Tweets and News Articles

@article{Das2022AHU,
  title={A Heuristic-driven Uncertainty based Ensemble Framework for Fake News Detection in Tweets and News Articles},
  author={Sourya Dipta Das and Ayan Basak and Saikat Dutta},
  journal={Neurocomputing},
  year={2022},
  volume={491},
  pages={607-620}
}

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