Submission File Layout
Your software must generate a file (.csv) similar to Submission File Layout (please check the table in the left side). The file should have a table with two columns and 400 rows. Since there are 400 samples in the test dataset, therefore, number of rows are 400. The first column in the table corresponds to the file number and the second column is the classifier output (Real/Fake). Please note that every file in the test dataset should be classified.
News Article file number, Label
Please check the table (Submission File Layout ) as a sample.
For example, the first row in Submission File Layout (please check the table in the left side):
1 Corresponds to file number input news article, and F corresponds to the predicted label of the news article.
1. In order to encourage the investigation of different kinds of features, a team can submit only 3 different runs as the team want. However, the best run results will be considered as the final run.
2. You can submit your runs by sending the generated files to UrduFake2020 (at) CICLing.org with your full name.
3. Once the results are available, participants will be required to provide experiments code, an abstract and a technical report including a brief description of their approach and experiments for the publication in the FIRE Proceedings. All the working notes will be published in CEUR Workshop Proceedings. Please submit the final experiments code, an abstract and a technical report in a zip file at UrduFake2020 (at) CICLing.org (please name the folder with your team name).
All submissions should be in Single column CEUR format. Authors should use one of the CEUR Templates below:
The working note paper length should be up to 9 pages, but not shorter than 5 pages, and we encourage you to write longer papers (up to 9 pages) while the contents justifies the length.
- Overleaf: https://www.overleaf.com/read/gwhxnqcghhdt
- Word and Latex: http://ceur-ws.org/Vol-XXX/CEURART.zip