Shunsuke Kitada

Shunsuke Kitada
Hosei University · Department of Applied Informatics

Master of Engineering

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Discontinuing ad creatives at an appropriate time is one of the most important ad operations that can have a significant impact on sales. Such operational support for ineffective ads has been less explored than that for effective ads. After pre-analyzing 1,000,000 real-world ad creatives, we found that there are two types of discontinuation: short-...
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Discontinuing ad creatives at an appropriate time is one of the most important ad operations that can have a significant impact on sales. Such operational support for ineffective ads has been less explored than that for effective ads. After pre-analyzing 1,000,000 real-world ad creatives, we found that there are two types of discontinuation: short-...
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Although attention mechanisms have been applied to a variety of deep learning models and have been shown to improve the prediction performance, it has been reported to be vulnerable to perturbations to the mechanism. To overcome the vulnerability to perturbations in the mechanism, we are inspired by adversarial training (AT), which is a powerful re...
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We propose a new general training technique for attention mechanisms based on virtual adversarial training (VAT). VAT can compute adversarial perturbations from unlabeled data in a semi-supervised setting for the attention mechanisms that have been reported in previous studies to be vulnerable to perturbations. Empirical experiments reveal that our...
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We propose a new character-based text classification framework for non-alphabetic languages, such as Chinese and Japanese. Our framework consists of a variational character encoder (VCE) and character-level text classifier. The VCE is composed of a $\beta$-variational auto-encoder ($\beta$-VAE) that learns the proposed glyph-aware disentangled char...
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In recent years, deep learning models have placed more emphasis on the interpretability and robustness of models. The attention mechanism is an important technique that contributes to these elements and is widely used, especially in the natural language processing (NLP) field. Adversarial training (AT) is a powerful regularization technique for enh...
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Classical and some deep learning techniques for Arabic text classification often depend on complex morphological analysis, word segmentation, and hand-crafted feature engineering. These could be eliminated by using character-level features. We propose a novel end-to-end Arabic document classification framework, Arabic document image-based classifie...
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Accurately predicting conversions in advertisements is generally a challenging task, because such conversions do not occur frequently. In this paper, we propose a new framework to support creating high-performing ad creatives, including the accurate prediction of ad creative text conversions before delivering to the consumer. The proposed framework...
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Accurately predicting conversions in advertisements is generally a challenging task, because such conversions do not occur frequently. In this paper, we propose a new framework to support creating high-performing ad creatives, including the accurate prediction of ad creative text conversions before delivering to the consumer. The proposed framework...
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For analysing and/or understanding languages having no word boundaries based on morphological analysis such as Japanese, Chinese, and Thai, it is desirable to perform appropriate word segmentation before word embeddings. But it is inherently difficult in these languages. In recent years, various language models based on deep learning have made rema...
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In this report, we introduce the outline of our system in Task 3: Disease Classification of ISIC 2018: Skin Lesion Analysis Towards Melanoma Detection. We fine-tuned multiple pre-trained neural network models based on Squeeze-and-Excitation Networks (SENet) which achieved state-of-the-art results in the field of image recognition. In addition, we u...

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