#####Ben Schreck, Nico Rakover, Ambika Krishnamachar
Refining recipes based on user reviews.
The code consists of two main components: the language model and the recipe modifier.
The code in language_model/ can be used to train an RNN-based language model as well as to score review segments.
Running language_model/evaluate_lm.py will score a hand-labeled evaluation set, plot an ROC curve and display the best F1 score along with the threshold used to achieve it.
The code in recipe-modifier/ can be used to train a network that will, given a recipe and a refinement, score each index in the recipe with how likely the refinement refers to said index.
The model can be found at recipe-modifier/new_recipe_net.py.
baselines.py computes some baseline scores for the task of index prediction given a refinement and a recipe. The baseline models use a simple word-count-vector representation for segments and a few basic distance metrics to find the best scoring index. We show the Top-1 and Top-3 error rates for two tasks:
- identification of index for a modification refinement
- identification of index for an insertion refinement
Note that this setup is simpler than the task our model tackles, since our network models both tasks (modification and insertion) simultaneously.
trained-models/ contains parameter files for some of our trained models.