A Comparative Study of Different Image Enhancement Techniques for Sarcasm Detection


A Comparative Study of Different Image Enhancement Techniques for Sarcasm Detection – This paper presents a novel method for detection of sarcasm in public opinion surveys. Although sarcasm is one of the most common expressions of emotion and is usually considered one of the most important indicators of the person’s personality, it is not obvious how to properly capture personality dynamics within social media. In this paper, two tasks are formulated that are applied to face images of sarcasm. First, a novel feature extraction algorithm is based on facial features extracted from face images. Second, the data set is extracted from both the public opinion survey and the social media. The resulting data extraction is analyzed with the purpose of assessing the performance of the proposed approach.

Neural networks have achieved good results in many domains. However, they have become more generic and difficult to apply in applications that require large scale training data.

In this paper, we propose a novel method that simultaneously uses multiple layers of pre-trained convolutional neural networks to learn classifier labels, in a non-convex problem. Our model is trained in a low-dimensional space, where both the dimension and the number of layers are fixed. We employ a deep learning approach that can be used as the basis for learning classifier label pairs for a small number of layers, in all-important settings. The trained model is then transferred to another low-dimensional space, where it is trained to learn the labeled labels for a subset of a small set of labels, for instance an image. We evaluate our approach on the MNIST dataset and demonstrate that our model outperforms a state-of-the-art model trained only on image labels.

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A Comparative Study of Different Image Enhancement Techniques for Sarcasm Detection

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    In this paper, we propose a novel method that simultaneously uses multiple layers of pre-trained convolutional neural networks to learn classifier labels, in a non-convex problem. Our model is trained in a low-dimensional space, where both the dimension and the number of layers are fixed. We employ a deep learning approach that can be used as the basis for learning classifier label pairs for a small number of layers, in all-important settings. The trained model is then transferred to another low-dimensional space, where it is trained to learn the labeled labels for a subset of a small set of labels, for instance an image. We evaluate our approach on the MNIST dataset and demonstrate that our model outperforms a state-of-the-art model trained only on image labels.


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