ASNA: An Intelligent Agent for Retrieving and Classifying News on the Basis of Emotion-Affinity

@article{Masum2006ASNAAI,
  title={ASNA: An Intelligent Agent for Retrieving and Classifying News on the Basis of Emotion-Affinity},
  author={Shaikh Mostafa Al Masum and Md. Tawhidul Islam and Mitsuru Ishizuka},
  journal={2006 International Conference on Computational Inteligence for Modelling Control and Automation and International Conference on Intelligent Agents Web Technologies and International Commerce (CIMCA'06)},
  year={2006},
  pages={133-133}
}
In this paper, we present a system affect sensitive news agent (ASNA) developed as a news aggregator that fetches news employing several RSS news-feeds and auto-categorizes the news according to affect sensitivity. There are three main factors that distinguish our work from other similar ones. First, we have integrated the approach to sense affective information from news-texts by applying a cognitive theory of emotions known as the OCC model that none have ever considered for news… CONTINUE READING

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