2-Way Text Classification for Harmful Web Documents
The openness of the Web allows any user to access almost any type of information. However, some information, such as adult content, is not appropriate for all users, notably children. Additionally for adults, some contents included in abnormal porn sites can do ordinary people’s mental health harm. In this paper, we propose an efficient 2-way text filter for blocking harmful web documents and also present a new criterion for clear classification. It filters off 0-grade web texts containing no harmful words using pattern matching with harmful words dictionaries, and classifies 1-grade,2-grade and 3-grade web texts using a machine learning algorithm.
KeywordsFeature Selection Algorithm Pattern Match Algorithm Meta Search Engine High Term Frequency User Dictionary
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