A scalability analysis of classifiers in text categorization

@inproceedings{Yang2003ASA,
  title={A scalability analysis of classifiers in text categorization},
  author={Yiming Yang and Jian Zhang and Bryan Kisiel},
  booktitle={SIGIR},
  year={2003}
}
Real-world applications of text categorization often require a system to deal with tens of thousands of categories defined over a large taxonomy. This paper addresses the problem with respect to a set of popular algorithms in text categorization, including Support Vector Machines, k-nearest neighbor, ridge regression, linear least square fit and logistic regression. By providing a formal analysis of the computational complexity of each classification method, followed by an investigation on the… CONTINUE READING
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