INFORMATIVENESS MEASURE FOR ONLINE NEWS

@inproceedings{DENSITY2015INFORMATIVENESSMF,
  title={INFORMATIVENESS MEASURE FOR ONLINE NEWS},
  author={FACTUAL DENSITY and A K As and Filipo Sharevski},
  year={2015}
}
In circumstances where the receptivity of the online news is affected by the media bias in covering public attention events, the quality of the textual component is of pervasive importance for a reliable perception of their informativeness. Aware of this threat, several natural language processing techniques have been developed for the purpose of capturing the quality of the web content based on the concepts of objectivity classification and stylometric features, knowledge maturing, factual… CONTINUE READING

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