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Mining tortured acronyms from the scientific literature

Abstract

The 'Problematic Paper Screener' (PPS, WCRI'22, https://doi.org/10.48550/arXiv.2210.04895) supports the human re-assessment of scientific articles flagged as suspicious. The 'tortured detector' tabulates 12k papers containing tortured phrases: established scientific concepts paraphrased with synonyms, such as 'butt-centric waterway' for 'anal canal.' Some acronyms are even tortured, such as 'Convolutional Brain Organisation (CNN)' for 'Convolutional Neural Network (CNN).' This abstract tackles the following task: discover and classify all acronyms from any given article: tortured or genuine.
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hal-04311600 , version 1 (28-11-2023)

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Alexandre Clausse, Guillaume Cabanac, Pascal Cuxac, Cyril Labbé. Mining tortured acronyms from the scientific literature. 2023. ⟨hal-04311600⟩
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