Label Propagation for Fine-Grained Cross-Lingual Genre Classification

Philipp Petrenz, Bonnie Webber

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Abstract

Cross-lingual methods can bring the benefits of genre classification to languages which lack genre-annotated training data. However, prior work in this field has been evaluated on coarse genres only. To predict fine-grained genres across languages, we propose a label propagation method, which combines separate sets of features. The results are promising, as the approach outperforms most baselines in our experiments.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages5
Publication statusPublished - 7 Dec 2012
EventxLite: Cross-Lingual Technologies (NIPS 2012 Workshop) - Lake Tahoe, NV, Harrahs & Harveys, United States
Duration: 7 Dec 20128 Dec 2012

Workshop

WorkshopxLite: Cross-Lingual Technologies (NIPS 2012 Workshop)
CountryUnited States
CityHarrahs & Harveys
Period7/12/128/12/12

Keywords

  • fine-grained cross-lingual genre classification
  • label propagation
  • genre-annotated training data
  • fine-grained genre
  • prior work
  • cross-lingual method
  • genre classification
  • separate set
  • coarse genre
  • label propagation method

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