Associative Classification in Text Categorization

@inproceedings{Chen2005AssociativeCI,
  title={Associative Classification in Text Categorization},
  author={Jian Chen and Jian Yin and Jun Zhang and Jin Huang},
  booktitle={ICIC},
  year={2005}
}
Text categorization has become one of the key techniques for handling and organizing text data. This model is used to classify new article to its most relevant category. In this paper, we propose a novel associative classification algorithm ACTC for text categorization. ACTC aims at extracting the k-best strong correlated positive and negative association rules directly from training set for classification, avoiding to appoint complex support and confidence threshold. ACTC integrates the… 

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