INAOE's Participation at PAN'15: Author Profiling task

@inproceedings{Carmona2013INAOEsPA,
  title={INAOE's Participation at PAN'15: Author Profiling task},
  author={Miguel {\'A}ngel {\'A}lvarez Carmona and Adri{\'a}n Pastor L{\'o}pez-Monroy and Manuel Montes-y-G{\'o}mez and Luis Villase{\~n}or Pineda and Hugo Jair Escalante},
  booktitle={CLEF},
  year={2013}
}
This paper describes the participation of the Laboratory of Language Technologies of INAOE at PAN 2013 evaluation lab. We adopted second order representations for facing the problem of Author Profiling (AP). This representation tackles two shortcomings of the typical Bag-of-Terms: i) the sparsity and high dimensionality of document representations, and ii) the assumption of total independence between terms in documents. In order to overcome these problems the proposed representation builds… CONTINUE READING
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