Expert knowledge for automatic detection of bullies in social networks

@inproceedings{Jong2013ExpertKF,
  title={Expert knowledge for automatic detection of bullies in social networks},
  author={M Jong},
  year={2013}
}
Cyberbullying is a serious social problem in online environments and social networks. Current approaches to tackle this problem are still inadequate for detecting bullying incidents or to flag bullies. In this study we used a multi-criteria evaluation system to obtain a better understanding of YouTube users‟ behaviour and their characteristics through expert knowledge. Based on experts‟ knowledge, the system assigns a score to the users, which represents their level of “bulliness” based on the… CONTINUE READING
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