N-GRAM-BASED AUTHOR PROFILES FOR AUTHORSHIP
V. Keˇselj1)Faculty of Computing Science, Dalhousie University, Canada, F. Peng, N. Cercone2)School of Computer Science, University of Waterloo, Canada, C. Thomas3)Faculty of Computing Science, Dalhousie University, Canada
Paper’s reference in the IEEE style?
V. Keˇselj, F. Peng, N. Cercone, and C. Thomas, “N-GRAM-BASED AUTHOR PROFILES FOR AUTHORSHIP ATTRIBUTION,” presented at the Pacific Association for Computational Linguistics, 2003.
How did you find the paper?
If applicable, write a list of the search terms you used.
- "Text analytics for author determination"
Was the paper peer reviewed? Explain how you found out.
Does the author(s) work in a university or a government-funded research institute? If so, which university or research institute? If not, where do they work?
Yes. See footnotes
What does this tell you about their expertise? Are they an expert in the topic area?
Experienced academic computer scientists.
What was the paper about?
This paper is regarding research into the determination of authorship of documents using n-gram based text classification rather than the more traditional stylometric based techniques.
The n-gram based technique avoids potential difficulties related to less well defined word boundaries in non-english based languages, and produces good results for authorship classification in numerous languages
If applicable, is this paper similar to other papers you have read for this assignment? If so, which papers and why?
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If applicable, is this paper different to other papers you have read for this assignment? If so, which papers and why?
What do these similarities and differences suggest? What are your observations? Do you have any new ideas? Do you have any conclusions?
n-gram text classification for authorship determination provides a simpler, less computationally intensive, and less language dependent classification technique for determine the authorship of documents.
This question is to be answered after your critical analysis is completed. Which sections (if any) of your critical analysis was this paper cited in?
This paper was referenced in the introduction of the critical analysis and used as an example of modern developments in NLP
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|1, 3.||↑||Faculty of Computing Science, Dalhousie University, Canada|
|2.||↑||School of Computer Science, University of Waterloo, Canada|