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Hierarchical classification is an effective approach to categorization of large-scale text data. We introduce a relaxed strategy into the traditional hierarchical classification method to improve the system performance. During the process of hierarchy structure construction, our method delays node judgment of the uncertain category until it can be classified clearly. This approach effectively alleviates the ‘block’ problem which transfers the classification error from the higher level to the lower level in the hierarchy structure. A new term weighting approach based on the Least Information Theory (LIT) is adopted for the hierarchy classification. It quantifies information in probability distribution changes and offers a new document representation model where the contribution of each term can be properly weighted. The experimental results show that the relaxation approach builds a more reasonable hierarchy and further improves classification performance. It also outperforms other classification methods such as SVM (Support Vector Machine) in terms of efficiency and the approach is more efficient for large-scale text classification tasks. Compared to the classic term weighting method TF*IDF, LIT-based methods achieves significant improvement on the classification performance.