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Emotion Level Sentiment Analysis: The Affective Opinion Evaluation

  title={Emotion Level Sentiment Analysis: The Affective Opinion Evaluation},
  author={Mohammed Almashraee and Dagmar Monett and A. Paschke},
Sentiment analysis evaluates writers’ opinions based on pivot items extracted from text. These items are called opinion bearing words or, simply, sentiments. Based on these sentiments, sentiment analysis derives the opinion evaluation. Most of the work in this area evaluates opinions based on the polarity detection that can be positive, negative, or neutral. This coarse-grained sentiment polarity is insufficient to convey the precise affect of the writers. To overcome this limitation, this… Expand
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