Adaptive Nonlinear Weighted Sparse Coding with Asymmetric Neighborhood Matching for Latent Topic Models

Adaptive Nonlinear Weighted Sparse Coding with Asymmetric Neighborhood Matching for Latent Topic Models – The current proposal combines the well-known semantic-text matching technique of Laplaceau (1984). It is based on combining the similarity and the mutual information between a set of semantic texts, which is an important feature of the common representations of words in various natural language applications. We present three different semantic classes that could be used to obtain a set of text semantic information. As a first contribution, one set of text information is considered as the matching class, the other two as the matching class, and a final pair of matching class is considered as the semantic class, which is a semi-supervised model. We used a multi-instance supervised learning technique to extract the semantic class, and then tested our classifier using these multiple instances. Experimental results show that our method outperforms the conventional classifiers in terms of performance in terms of both semantic and text matching.

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Adaptive Nonlinear Weighted Sparse Coding with Asymmetric Neighborhood Matching for Latent Topic Models

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