Filtering Harmful Sentences Based on Multiple Word Co-occurrence

  title={Filtering Harmful Sentences Based on Multiple Word Co-occurrence},
  author={Satoshi Ando and Yutaro Fujii and Takayuki Ito},
  journal={2010 IEEE/ACIS 9th International Conference on Computer and Information Science},
BBSs (Bulletin Board Systems) and Social Network Services (SNS) have been increasing in recenter years. In such systems, users can easily upload and share their own information via personal computers, and also cellular phones. However some information, such as adult content, is not appropriate for all users, notably children. Many SNS and BBS providing companies have been trying to monitor and check harmful information which comes from their users. At the current stage, these companies manually… CONTINUE READING


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