Email-Spam Filtering with the Hashing-Trick

@inproceedings{Attenberg2009EmailSpamFW,
  title={Email-Spam Filtering with the Hashing-Trick},
  author={Joshua Attenberg and Kilian Q. Weinberger and Anirban Dasgupta and Alex Smola},
  year={2009}
}
This paper delves into a recently proposed technique for collaborative spam filtering [7] that facilitates personalization with finite-sized memory guarantees. In large scale open membership email systems most users do not label enough messages for an individual local classifier to be effective, while the data is too noisy to be used for a global filter across all users. Our hybrid global/individual classifier is particularly effective at absorbing the influence of users who label emails very… CONTINUE READING
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