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Extracting and Normalizing Entity-Actions from Users’ Comments

@inproceedings{Gottipati2012ExtractingAN,
  title={Extracting and Normalizing Entity-Actions from Users’ Comments},
  author={Swapna Gottipati and Jing Jiang},
  booktitle={COLING},
  year={2012}
}
With the growing popularity of opinion-rich resources on the Web, new opportunities and challenges arise and aid people in actively using such information to understand the opinions of others. Opinion mining process currently focuses on extracting the sentiments of the users on products, social, political and economical issues. In many instances, users not only express their sentiments but also contribute their ideas, requests and suggestions through comments. Such comments are useful for… 

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