Combining lexicon and learning based approaches for concept-level sentiment analysis

@inproceedings{Mudinas2012CombiningLA,
  title={Combining lexicon and learning based approaches for concept-level sentiment analysis},
  author={Andrius Mudinas and Dell Zhang and Mark Levene},
  booktitle={WISDOM '12},
  year={2012}
}
In this paper, we present the anatomy of pSenti --- a concept-level sentiment analysis system that seamlessly integrates into opinion mining lexicon-based and learning-based approaches. Compared with pure lexicon-based systems, it achieves significantly higher accuracy in sentiment polarity classification as well as sentiment strength detection. Compared with pure learning-based systems, it offers more structured and readable results with aspect-oriented explanation and justification, while… CONTINUE READING

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