Saprativa Bhattacharjee

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Sentiment analysis in the most general sense refers to the classification of a piece of text into either of the three classes–positive, negative or neutral–according to its polarity. The text may be an entire document, a paragraph, a sentence, a phrase or even a single word. Most of the literature on sentiment analysis is dedicated to well-formed text as(More)
The opinion of other people is often a major factor influencing our decisions. For a consumer it affects purchase decisions and for a producer or a service provider it helps in making business decisions. Companies spend a lot of money and time on surveys for gathering the public opinion on products and services. Now-a-days the web has become a hotspot for(More)
A social network can be represented by a set of human beings in which one member is connected to one or more members from the same set. We can obtain visual and mathematical models of human relationship by analysing a social network. There are several inherent properties of social networks such as power law distribution, centrality, small world network,(More)
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