Determining Term Subjectivity and Term Orientation for Opinion Mining

@inproceedings{Esuli2006DeterminingTS,
  title={Determining Term Subjectivity and Term Orientation for Opinion Mining},
  author={Andrea Esuli and Fabrizio Sebastiani},
  booktitle={EACL},
  year={2006}
}
Opinion mining is a recent subdiscipline of computational linguistics which is concerned not with the topic a document is about, but with the opinion it expresses. To aid the extraction of opinions from text, recent work has tackled the issue of determining the orientation of “subjective” terms contained in text, i.e. deciding whether a term that carries opinionated content has a positive or a negative connotation. This is believed to be of key importance for identifying the orientation of… CONTINUE READING
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