Corpus ID: 51941036

Stacked Gender Prediction from Tweet Texts and Images: Notebook for PAN at CLEF 2018

@inproceedings{Ciccone2018StackedGP,
  title={Stacked Gender Prediction from Tweet Texts and Images: Notebook for PAN at CLEF 2018},
  author={G. Ciccone and Arthur Sultan and L{\'e}a Laporte and El{\"o}d Egyed-Zsigmond and Alaa Alhamzeh and M. Granitzer},
  booktitle={CLEF},
  year={2018}
}
This paper describes our participation at the PAN 2018 Author Profiling shared task. Given texts and images from some Twitter's authors, the goal is to estimate their genders. We considered all the languages (Arabic, English and Spanish) and all the prediction types (only from texts, only from images and combined). The final submitted system is a stacked classifier composed of two main parts. The first one, based on previous PAN Author Profiling editions, concerns gender prediction from texts… Expand
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