Inspecting Hybrid Data Mining Approaches in Decision Support Systems for Humanities Texts Criticism
The majority of systems dealing with natural language processing (NLP) and artificial intelligence (AI) can assist in making automated and automatically-supported decisions. However, these systems may face challenges and difficulties or find it confusing to identify the required information (characterization) for eliciting a decision by extracting or summarizing relevant information from large text documents or colossal content. When obtaining these documents online, for instance from social networking or social media, these sites undergo a remarkable increase in the textual content. The main objective of the present study is to conduct a survey and show the latest developments about the implementation of text-mining techniques in humanities when summarizing and eliciting automated decisions. This process relies on technological advancement and considers (1) the automated-decision support-techniques commonly used in humanities, (2) the performance evolution and the use of the stylometric approach in text-mining, and (3) the comparisons of the results of chunking text by using different attributes in Burrows' Delta method. This study also provides an overview of the efficiency of applying some selected data-mining (DM) methods with various text-mining techniques to support the critics' decision in artistry ‒ one field of humanities. The automatic choice of criticism in this field was supported by a hybrid approach to these procedures.