Zoho at SemEval-2019 Task 9: Semi-supervised Domain Adaptation using Tri-training for Suggestion Mining

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Authors Sai Prasanna, Sri Ananda Seelan
Journal/Conference Name SEMEVAL 2019 6
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Paper Abstract This paper describes our submission for the SemEval-2019 Suggestion Mining task. A simple Convolutional Neural Network (CNN) classifier with contextual word representations from a pre-trained language model was used for sentence classification. The model is trained using tri-training, a semi-supervised bootstrapping mechanism for labelling unseen data. Tri-training proved to be an effective technique to accommodate domain shift for cross-domain suggestion mining (Subtask B) where there is no hand labelled training data. For in-domain evaluation (Subtask A), we use the same technique to augment the training set. Our system ranks thirteenth in Subtask A with an $F_1$-score of 68.07 and third in Subtask B with an $F_1$-score of 81.94.
Date of publication 2019
Code Programming Language Python
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