Curse or Boon? Presence of Subjunctive Mood in Opinionated Text

@inproceedings{Negi2015CurseOB,
  title={Curse or Boon? Presence of Subjunctive Mood in Opinionated Text},
  author={Sapna Negi and Paul Buitelaar},
  booktitle={IWCS},
  year={2015}
}
In addition to the expression of positive and negative sentiments in the reviews, customers often tend to express wishes and suggestions regarding improvements in a product/service, which could be worth extracting. Subjunctive mood is often present in sentences which speak about a possibility or action that has not yet occurred. While this phenomena poses challenges to the identification of positive and negative sentiments hidden in a text, it can be helpful to identify wishes and suggestions… CONTINUE READING

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