Are They Different? Affect, Feeling, Emotion, Sentiment, and Opinion Detection in Text

@article{Munezero2014AreTD,
  title={Are They Different? Affect, Feeling, Emotion, Sentiment, and Opinion Detection in Text},
  author={Myriam Munezero and Calkin Suero Montero and Erkki Sutinen and John Pajunen},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Affective Computing},
  year={2014},
  volume={5},
  pages={101-111}
}
A major limitation in the automatic detection of affect, feelings, emotions, sentiments, and opinions in text is the lack of proper differentiation between these subjective terms and understanding of how they relate to one another. This lack of differentiation not only leads to inconsistency in terminology usage but also makes the subtleties and nuances expressed by the five terms difficult to understand, resulting in subpar detection of the terms in text. In light of such limitation, this… CONTINUE READING
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