Corpus ID: 3235579

Benchmarking Twitter Sentiment Analysis Tools

@inproceedings{Abbasi2014BenchmarkingTS,
  title={Benchmarking Twitter Sentiment Analysis Tools},
  author={A. Abbasi and Ammar Hassan and Milan Dhar},
  booktitle={LREC},
  year={2014}
}
Twitter has become one of the quintessential social media platforms for user-generated content. [...] Key Result The results have important implications for various stakeholder groups, including social media analytics researchers, NLP developers, and industry managers and practitioners using social media sentiments as input for decision-making.Expand
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