I’ve been invited to be the keynote speaker at the First Mexican Workshop on Plagiarism Detection and Authorship Analysis. The program for the event is here: First Mexican Workshop on Plagiarism Detection and Authorship Analysis Details of my Talk are below: Demystifying the power of character n-grams in attribution tasks…
Our paper titled Domain Adaptation for Authorship Attribution: Improved Structural Correspondence Learning was accepted to ACL 2016 and will be presented as a poster on Tuesday August 9th. This work is in collaboration with former PhD student Upendra Sapkota, and Drs. Steven Bethard and Manuel Montes-y-Gómez.
In a collaboration with SkywriterRX, Solorio and other RiTUAL members are working on extracting the stylistic markers of books that will enhance the discovery process for readers in search of their next reading experience. More about this project here: http://www.cs.uh.edu/news-events/stories/2016/0202-nsf-grant.php
A paper coauthored by members of RiTUAL lab will appear in LREC 2016. The work presents recent results on profiling users in support groups. Congrats to all authors of this work!
Members of RiTUAL Group are currently visiting MindLab. Prasha, Suraj and Nicolas are learning the ins and outs of deep learning and the different implementation frameworks available.
Prasha Shrestha will attend CICLing to present our work on detecting the source document in plagiarized text.
Our work studying the value of linguistically oriented character n-grams will be presented at NAACL 2015!