HCL: A Specification Language for Hierarchical Text Classification
Hierarchical text classification refers to assigning text documents to the categories in a given category tree based on their content. With large number of categories organized as a tree, hierarchical text classification helps users to find information more quickly and accurately. Nevertheless, hierarchical text classification methods in the past have often been constructed in a proprietary manner. The construction steps often involve human efforts and are not completely automated. In this paper, we therefore propose a specification language known as HCL (Hierarchical Classification Language) . HCL is designed to describe a hierarchical classification method including the definition of a category tree and training of classifiers associated with the categories. Using HCL, a hierarchical classification method can be materialized easily with the help of a method generator system.
Databases and Information Systems | Numerical Analysis and Scientific Computing
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2nd International Workshop on Cooperative Internet Computing (CIC 2002), in Conjunction with the International Conference on Very Large Databases
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SUN, Aixin; LIM, Ee Peng; and NG, Wee-Keong.
HCL: A Specification Language for Hierarchical Text Classification. (2002). 2nd International Workshop on Cooperative Internet Computing (CIC 2002), in Conjunction with the International Conference on Very Large Databases. Research Collection School Of Information Systems.
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