Search Results for author: Selma Tekir

Found 8 papers, 2 papers with code

A Survey On Neural Word Embeddings

no code implementations5 Oct 2021 Erhan Sezerer, Selma Tekir

The revolutionary idea of distributed representation for a concept is close to the working of a human mind in that the meaning of a word is spread across several neurons, and a loss of activation will only slightly affect the memory retrieval process.

Language Modelling Retrieval +1

Leveraging Commonsense Knowledge on Classifying False News and Determining Checkworthiness of Claims

no code implementations8 Aug 2021 Ipek Baris Schlicht, Erhan Sezerer, Selma Tekir, Oul Han, Zeyd Boukhers

In this paper, we propose to leverage commonsense knowledge for the tasks of false news classification and check-worthy claim detection.

Fact Checking Language Modelling +3

Gender Prediction from Tweets: Improving Neural Representations with Hand-Crafted Features

1 code implementation22 Aug 2019 Erhan Sezerer, Ozan Polatbilek, Selma Tekir

Author profiling is the characterization of an author through some key attributes such as gender, age, and language.

Gender Prediction

A Turkish Dataset for Gender Identification of Twitter Users

no code implementations WS 2019 Erhan Sezerer, Ozan Polatbilek, Selma Tekir

With the increasing trend of using Twitter as a means to express thought, profiling the gender of an author from his/her tweets has become a challenge.


A News Chain Evaluation Methodology along with a Lattice-based Approach for News Chain Construction

no code implementations WS 2017 Mustafa Toprak, {\"O}zer {\"O}zkahraman, Selma Tekir

In this work, we propose a methodology to evaluate the {``}goodness{''} of a given news chain and implement a concept lattice-based news chain construction method by Hossain et al..

N-Hance at SemEval-2017 Task 7: A Computational Approach using Word Association for Puns

no code implementations SEMEVAL 2017 {\"O}zge Sevgili, Nima Ghotbi, Selma Tekir

This paper presents a system developed for SemEval-2017 Task 7, Detection and Interpretation of English Puns consisting of three subtasks; pun detection, pun location, and pun interpretation, respectively.

Word Sense Disambiguation

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