When topic models disagree: keyphrase extraction with mulitple topic models


We explore how the unsupervised extraction of topic-related keywords benefits from combining multiple topic models. We show that averaging multiple topic models, inferred from different corpora, leads to more accurate keyphrases than when using a single topic model and other state-of-the-art techniques. The experiments confirm the intuitive idea that a prerequisite for the significant benefit of combining multiple models is that the models should be sufficiently different, i.e., they should provide distinct contexts in terms of topical word importance

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