Knowledge Discovery of Multiple-topic Document using Parametric Mixture Model with Dirichlet Prior
published: Sept. 14, 2007, recorded: September 2007, views: 3633
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Documents, such as those seen onWikipedia and Folksonomy, have tended to be assigned with multiple topics as a meta-data. Therefore, it is more and more important to analyze a relationship between a document and topics assigned to the document. In this paper, we proposed a novel probabilistic generative model of documents with multiple topics as a meta-data. By focusing on modeling the generation process of a document with multiple topics, we can extract specific properties of documents with multiple topics. Proposed model is an expansion of an existing probabilistic generative model: Parametric Mixture Model (PMM). PMM models documents with multiple topics by mixing model parameters of each single topic. Since, however, PMM assigns the same mixture ratio to each single topic, PMM cannot take into account the bias of each topic within a document. To deal with this problem, we propose a model that considers Dirichlet distribution as a prior distribution of the mixture ratio. We adopt Variational Bayes Method to infer the bias of each topic within a document. We evaluate the proposed model and PMM using MEDLINE corpus. The results of F-measure, Precision and Recall show that the proposed model is more effective than PMM on multiple-topic classification. Moreover, we indicate the potential of the proposed model that extracts topics and document-specific keywords using information about the assigned topics.
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