JU\_ETCE\_17\_21 at SemEval-2019 Task 6: Efficient Machine Learning and Neural Network Approaches for Identifying and Categorizing Offensive Language in Tweets

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Authors Sudip Kumar Naskar, Mainak Pal, Somnath Banerjee, Preeti Mukherjee
Journal/Conference Name SEMEVAL 2019 6
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Paper Abstract This paper describes our system submissions as part of our participation (team name: JU{\_}ETCE{\_}17{\_}21) in the SemEval 2019 shared task 6: {``}OffensEval: Identifying and Catego- rizing Offensive Language in Social Media{''}. We participated in all the three sub-tasks: i) Sub-task A: offensive language identification, ii) Sub-task B: automatic categorization of of- fense types, and iii) Sub-task C: offense target identification. We employed machine learn- ing as well as deep learning approaches for the sub-tasks. We employed Convolutional Neural Network (CNN) and Recursive Neu- ral Network (RNN) Long Short-Term Memory (LSTM) with pre-trained word embeddings. We used both word2vec and Glove pre-trained word embeddings. We obtained the best F1- score using CNN based model for sub-task A, LSTM based model for sub-task B and Lo- gistic Regression based model for sub-task C. Our best submissions achieved 0.7844, 0.5459 and 0.48 F1-scores for sub-task A, sub-task B and sub-task C respectively.
Date of publication 2019
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