A comparison of classification models to detect cyberbullying in the Peruvian Spanish language on twitter

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—Cyberbullying is a social problem in which bullies’ actions are more harmful than in traditional forms of bullying as they have the power to repeatedly humiliate the victim in front of an entire community through social media. Nowadays, multiple works aim at detecting acts of cyberbullying via the analysis of texts in social media publications written in one or more languages; however, few investigations target the cyberbullying detection in the Spanish language. In this work, we aim to compare four traditional supervised machine learning methods performances in detecting cyberbullying via the identification of four cyberbullying-related categories on Twitter posts written in the Peruvian Spanish language. Specifically, we trained and tested the Naive Bayes, Multinomial Logistic Regression, Support Vector Machines, and Random Forest classifiers upon a manually annotated dataset with the help of human participants. The results indicate that the best performing classifier for the cyberbullying detection task was the Support Vector Machine classifier.

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Cuzcano, X. M., & Ayma, V. H. (2020). A comparison of classification models to detect cyberbullying in the Peruvian Spanish language on twitter. International Journal of Advanced Computer Science and Applications, 11(10), 132–138. https://doi.org/10.14569/IJACSA.2020.0111018

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