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Multiple Aspect Ranking Using the Good Grief Algorithm

  title={Multiple Aspect Ranking Using the Good Grief Algorithm},
  author={Benjamin Snyder and Regina Barzilay},
We address the problem of analyzing multiple related opinions in a text. [...] Key Method This algorithm guides the prediction of individual rankers by analyzing meta-relations between opinions, such as agreement and contrast. We prove that our agreementbased joint model is more expressive than individual ranking models. Our empirical results further conrm the strength of the model: the algorithm provides signicant improvement over both individual rankers and a state-of-the-art joint ranking model.Expand

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