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The Importance of Suppressing Domain Style in Authorship Analysis

@article{Bischoff2020TheIO,
  title={The Importance of Suppressing Domain Style in Authorship Analysis},
  author={S. Bischoff and Niklas Deckers and Marcel Schliebs and Ben Thies and Matthias Hagen and E. Stamatatos and Benno Stein and Martin Potthast},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2020},
  volume={abs/2005.14714}
}
The prerequisite of many approaches to authorship analysis is a representation of writing style. But despite decades of research, it still remains unclear to what extent commonly used and widely accepted representations like character trigram frequencies actually represent an author's writing style, in contrast to more domain-specific style components or even topic. We address this shortcoming for the first time in a novel experimental setup of fixed authors but swapped domains between training… Expand

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