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Twitter is a popular social media platform where users publicly broadcast short messages on a myriad of topics. In recent years it has enjoyed an increased usage around disaster events due to availability of information in near real time. Additionally, enhanced information representations to facilitate the classification of social media in terms of relevancy and type of information is currently a highly active research area (Ashktorab et al., 2014, Imran et al., 2014, Win et al., 2018). In this work we consider the usefulness and reliability of a range of representation models in the analysis of disaster related social media.
Jain, P., Schoen-Phelan, B. & Ross, R.J. (2019). Comparative Study of Feature Representations for Disaster Tweet Classification. 16th International Conference on Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management, València, Spain, May 2019. doi:10.13140/RG.2.2.26456.24322
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