By Mikhail Yu. Khachay, Natalia Konstantinova, Alexander Panchenko, Dmitry Ignatov, Valeri G. Labunets
This ebook constitutes the court cases of the Fourth foreign convention on research of pictures, Social Networks and Texts, AIST 2015, held in Yekaterinburg, Russia, in April 2015.
The 24 complete and eight brief papers have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from one hundred forty submissions. The papers are equipped in topical sections on research of pictures and video clips; trend reputation and computing device studying; social community research; textual content mining and typical language processing.
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In what follows, we refer to the target class of users who left a comment as “depressed”, and their opposite as the “random” class. The class distribution 28 A. Semenov et al. Table 1. Variable descriptive statistics summary. 122 in our dataset was 32 % depressed users and 68 % random. This asymmetry may be caused by having depressed users being potentially more stealthy or shy and hiding their proﬁle data, whereas their ego network data is open to anyone regardless of privacy policies. Descriptive statistical summary of the obtained dataset is presented in Table 1.
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The transformed feature distributions are shown on Fig. 3. 1 Analysis Framework Following the design of , we used binary logistic regression to identify the features of proﬁles that are able to predict a user’s depression propensity. We choose the Area Under the Curve (AUC) criterion as our measure of goodness of ﬁt ; in particular, this measure is robust to asymmetric class distributions. Discerning Depression Propensity Among Participants of Suicide 31 In order to compare classiﬁcation performance of diﬀerent models, we utilized bootstrap sampling.