Jakab Buda

Jakab Buda
Eötvös Loránd University · Department of Statistics

Master of Science in Survey Statistics

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In our study we assess the responsiveness of Hungarian local governments to requests for information by Roma and non-Roma clients, relying on a nationwide correspondence study. Our paper has both methodological and substantive relevance. The methodological novelty is that we treat discrimination as a classification problem and study to what extent...
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In this notebook, we summarize our work process of preparing a software for the PAN 2020 Profiling Fake News Spreaders on Twitter task. Our final software was a stacking ensemble classifier of five different machine learning models; four of them use word n-grams as features, while the fifth one was based on statistical features extracted from the T...
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I study text classification with recurrent neural networks, more precisely profiling authors by age and gender with language models. The requirements in this field are continuously changing due to the technological developments and the ever altering forms of online content, therefore in the last couple of years, many different solutions have been d...
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In this notebook, we summarize our work process of preparing a software for the PAN 2019 Bots and Gender Profiling task. We propose a Machine Learning approach to determine whether an unknown Twitter user is a bot or a human, and if the latter, their gender. We use logistic regressions to identify whether the author is a bot or a human and we use n...

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