A multidimensional approach for detecting irony in Twitter

@article{Reyes2013AMA,
  title={A multidimensional approach for detecting irony in Twitter},
  author={Antonio Reyes and Paolo Rosso and Tony Veale},
  journal={Language Resources and Evaluation},
  year={2013},
  volume={47},
  pages={239-268}
}
Irony is a pervasive aspect of many online texts, one made all the more difficult by the absence of face-to-face contact and vocal intonation. As our media increasingly become more social, the problem of irony detection will become even more pressing. We describe here a set of textual features for recognizing irony at a linguistic level, especially in short texts created via social media such as Twitter postings or “tweets”. Our experiments concern four freely available data sets that were… CONTINUE READING
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