LG4AV: Combining Language Models and Graph Neural Networks for Author Verification

@inproceedings{Stubbemann2021LG4AVCL,
  title={LG4AV: Combining Language Models and Graph Neural Networks for Author Verification},
  author={Maximilian Stubbemann and Gerd Stumme},
  booktitle={IDA},
  year={2021}
}
The automatic verification of document authorships is important in various settings. Researchers are for example judged and compared by the amount and impact of their publications and public figures are confronted by their posts on social media platforms. Therefore, it is important that authorship information in frequently used web services and platforms is correct. The question whether a given document is written by a given author is commonly referred to as authorship verification (AV). While… 

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