Cross-Target Stance Classification with Self-Attention Networks

ACL 2018

Cross-Target Stance Classification with Self-Attention Networks

Jan 29, 2021
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Abstract: In stance classification, the target on which the stance is made defines the boundary of the task, and a classifier is usually trained for prediction on the same target. In this work, we explore the potential for generalizing classifiers between different targets, and propose a neural model that can apply what has been learned from a source target to a destination target. We show that our model can find useful information shared between relevant targets which improves generalization in certain scenarios. Authors: Chang Xu, Cecile Paris, Surya Nepal, Ross Sparks (CSIRO Data61)

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