Modified Fuzzy Approach to Automatic Classification of Cyber Hate Speech from the Online Social Networks (OSN’s)
Published: 30 April 2021
Revue d'Intelligence Artificielle , Volume 35, pp 139-144; doi:10.18280/ria.350205
Abstract: The extensive use of online media and sharing of data has given considerable benefits to humankind. Sentimental analysis has become the most dynamic and famous application area in current days, which is mainly used in knowing the public's opinion. Most algorithms of machine learning are used as principle methods for sentimental analysis. Even though several methods are available for classification and reviews, all of them belong to a single class of classification which differs among several different classes. No methods are available for the classifying of multi-class instances. Therefore, fuzzy methods are used for classifying the instances depended on multi-class for achieving a clear-cut view by indicating suitable labels to objects during the classification of text. This paper includes the categorization of cyberhate information. If there is a growth in dislike speeches of the online social network may lead to a worse impact amongst social activities, which causes tensions among communication and regional. So, there is the most demand for cyberhate conversation detection automatically through online social media. Generally, an updated process of fuzzy words is designed that includes two stages of training for the classification of cyberhate conversation into 4 forms, race, disability, sexual orientation, and religion. Depended on the types of classification, experiments have been conducted on these four forms by gathering different conversations through online media. Systems based on rules of fuzzy approach have been used. This fuzzy with rule-based is for the classification of features using Machine Learning techniques such as the words that implants for future bag-of-words and extraction methods. In this, the cyberhate conversations are taken from OSN's depended on the attributes defined in a dataset using rule-based fuzzy.
Keywords: classification / using Machine Learning / online media / fuzzy approach / social network / speeches
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