The contextual focused topic model

@inproceedings{Chen2012TheCF,
  title={The contextual focused topic model},
  author={Xu Chen and Mingyuan Zhou and Lawrence Carin},
  booktitle={KDD},
  year={2012}
}
A nonparametric Bayesian contextual focused topic model (cFTM) is proposed. The cFTM infers a sparse ("focused") set of topics for each document, while also leveraging contextual information about the author(s) and document venue. The hierarchical beta process, coupled with a Bernoulli process, is employed to infer the focused set of topics associated with each author and venue; the same construction is also employed to infer those topics associated with a given document that are unusual… CONTINUE READING
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