Stacking with Privileged Information

Stacking with Privileged Information – This paper presents a method for automatically detecting and predicting whether or not the user of a website is a privileged user. This is a challenging task due to the presence of privileged users on websites, where users may possess the resources and are therefore potentially vulnerable to attack. In this work, we have employed several different techniques to detect and identify privileged users. The most successful methods include automatic detection and detection techniques such as dictionary learning, learning methods and a robust representation of privileged users in Wikipedia. In addition, we have evaluated our methods against three different versions of the data, which we report in a separate paper.

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Stacking with Privileged Information

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