Learning to Identify Subjective Sentences

@inproceedings{Palshikar2016LearningTI,
  title={Learning to Identify Subjective Sentences},
  author={Girish Keshav Palshikar and Manoj Apte and Deepak Pandita and Vikram Singh},
  booktitle={ICON},
  year={2016}
}
Subjective sentences describe people’s opinions, points-of-view, interpretations, comparisons, sentiments, judgments, appraisals or feelings toward entities, events and their properties. Identifying subjective sentences is the basis for opinion mining and sentiment analysis and is important in applications like political analysis, social media analytics and product review analytics. We use standard classifiers to build models of SUBJECTIVE vs. NON-SUBJECTIVE sentences and demonstrate that they… CONTINUE READING