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"Having 2 hours to write a paper is fun!": Detecting Sarcasm in Numerical Portions of Text

  title={"Having 2 hours to write a paper is fun!": Detecting Sarcasm in Numerical Portions of Text},
  author={Lakshya Kumar and Arpan Somani and Pushpak Bhattacharyya},
Sarcasm occurring due to the presence of numerical portions in text has been quoted as an error made by automatic sarcasm detection approaches in the past. We present a first study in detecting sarcasm in numbers, as in the case of the sentence 'Love waking up at 4 am'. We analyze the challenges of the problem, and present Rule-based, Machine Learning and Deep Learning approaches to detect sarcasm in numerical portions of text. Our Deep Learning approach outperforms four past works for sarcasm… Expand
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  • 2021 Sixth International Conference on Wireless Communications, Signal Processing and Networking (WiSPNET)
  • 2021
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