Corpus Creation for Sentiment Analysis in Code-Mixed Tamil-English Text

@inproceedings{Chakravarthi2020CorpusCF,
  title={Corpus Creation for Sentiment Analysis in Code-Mixed Tamil-English Text},
  author={Bharathi Raja Chakravarthi and Vigneshwaran Muralidaran and Ruba Priyadharshini and John P. McCrae},
  booktitle={SLTU},
  year={2020}
}
Understanding the sentiment of a comment from a video or an image is an essential task in many applications. Sentiment analysis of a text can be useful for various decision-making processes. One such application is to analyse the popular sentiments of videos on social media based on viewer comments. However, comments from social media do not follow strict rules of grammar, and they contain mixing of more than one language, often written in non-native scripts. Non-availability of annotated code… 

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