NLP is an interdisciplinary field that aims to automatically analyze, understand and generate human (natural) languages. This article is a brief introduction of how to apply NLP techniques to spam filtering. It discusses spam filtering from the perspective of natural language processing (NLP). The author explains the features (e.g. binary features, TF-IDF, domain-specific features) and the machine learning models (e.g. RIPPER, Naïve Bayes Classifier, SVM) that are commonly used for this task, along with their performance on different data sets. She also discusses the challenges of personalized spam filtering and the possible solutions (co-training).
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By Dmitry Postrigan
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