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LogLinear Models
, 2004
"... This is yet another introduction to loglinear (“maximum entropy”) models for NLP practitioners, in the spirit of Berger (1996) and Ratnaparkhi (1997b). The derivations here are similar to Berger’s, but more details are filled in and some errors are corrected. I do not address iterative scaling (Dar ..."
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This is yet another introduction to loglinear (“maximum entropy”) models for NLP practitioners, in the spirit of Berger (1996) and Ratnaparkhi (1997b). The derivations here are similar to Berger’s, but more details are filled in and some errors are corrected. I do not address iterative scaling
Bayesian Selection of LogLinear Models
 Canadian Journal of Statistics
, 1995
"... A general methodology is presented for finding suitable Poisson loglinear models with applications to multiway contingency tables. Mixtures of multivariate normal distributions are used to model prior opinion when a subset of the regression vector is believed to be nonzero. This prior distribution ..."
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A general methodology is presented for finding suitable Poisson loglinear models with applications to multiway contingency tables. Mixtures of multivariate normal distributions are used to model prior opinion when a subset of the regression vector is believed to be nonzero. This prior distribution
Question Classification with LogLinear Models
"... Question classification has become a crucial step in modern question answering systems. Previous work has demonstrated the effectiveness of statistical machine learning approaches to this problem. This paper presents a new approach to building a question classifier using loglinear models. Evidence ..."
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Question classification has become a crucial step in modern question answering systems. Previous work has demonstrated the effectiveness of statistical machine learning approaches to this problem. This paper presents a new approach to building a question classifier using loglinear models. Evidence
Loglinear Models: A Didactic
 Journal of Educational Statistics
, 1981
"... The recently developed loglinear model technique for the analysis of contingency tables has many potential applications within educational research. This paper describes the two major models, loglinear and logitlinear, that are employed under this approach. The basic logic of each is developed a ..."
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The recently developed loglinear model technique for the analysis of contingency tables has many potential applications within educational research. This paper describes the two major models, loglinear and logitlinear, that are employed under this approach. The basic logic of each is developed
LOG LINEAR MODELING
"... Abstract Data on gender, school attended for the National Diploma (ND), ND grades and HND grades of Higher National Diploma (HND) statistics graduates of the Federal Polytechnic, Bida, were examined for presence of association using log linear model. HND grade was found to be associated with ND gra ..."
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Abstract Data on gender, school attended for the National Diploma (ND), ND grades and HND grades of Higher National Diploma (HND) statistics graduates of the Federal Polytechnic, Bida, were examined for presence of association using log linear model. HND grade was found to be associated with ND
The causal analysis in the loglinear model
"... Abstract In this paper I try to provide a causal theory which can be applied to the loglinear models because they are devoid of complete methods to calculate the different effects. My causal theory uses odds ratios and Pearl's definitions (2001 [4],2009 [5],2012 [6]). I find that although I d ..."
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Abstract In this paper I try to provide a causal theory which can be applied to the loglinear models because they are devoid of complete methods to calculate the different effects. My causal theory uses odds ratios and Pearl's definitions (2001 [4],2009 [5],2012 [6]). I find that although I
Loglinear modelling of pairwise interobserver . . .
, 1992
"... This article uses loglinear models to describe pairwise agreement among several raters who classify a sample on a subjective categorical scale. The models describe agreement structure simultaneously for secondorder marginal tables of a multidimensional crossclassification of ratings. Practical di ..."
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This article uses loglinear models to describe pairwise agreement among several raters who classify a sample on a subjective categorical scale. The models describe agreement structure simultaneously for secondorder marginal tables of a multidimensional crossclassification of ratings. Practical
LogLinear Models for Label Ranking
, 2003
"... Label ranking is the task of inferring a total order over a predefined set of labels for each given instance. We present a general framework for batch learning of label ranking functions from supervised data. We assume that each instance in the training data is associated with a list of preferenc ..."
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Label ranking is the task of inferring a total order over a predefined set of labels for each given instance. We present a general framework for batch learning of label ranking functions from supervised data. We assume that each instance in the training data is associated with a list of preferences over the labelset, however we do not assume that this list is either complete or consistent. This enables us to accommodate a variety of ranking problems. In contrast to the general form of the supervision, our goal is to learn a ranking function that induces a total order over the entire set of labels. Special cases of our setting are multilabel categorization and hierarchical classification. We present a general boostingbased learning algorithm for the label ranking problem and prove a lower bound on the progress of each boosting iteration. The applicability of our approach is demonstrated with a set of experiments on a largescale text corpus.
LogLinear Models for WideCoverage CCG Parsing
, 2003
"... This paper describes loglinear parsing models for Combinatory Categorial Grammar (CCG). Loglinear models can easily encode the longrange dependencies inherent in coordination and extraction phenomena, which CCG was designed to handle. Loglinear models have previously been applied to stati ..."
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This paper describes loglinear parsing models for Combinatory Categorial Grammar (CCG). Loglinear models can easily encode the longrange dependencies inherent in coordination and extraction phenomena, which CCG was designed to handle. Loglinear models have previously been applied
Hierarchical model · Interaction factor · Loglinear model · Möbius inversion ·
"... Loglinear modeling using conditional loglinear structures ..."
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