Onyx: Describing Emotions on the Web of Data

@inproceedings{SnchezRada2013OnyxDE,
  title={Onyx: Describing Emotions on the Web of Data},
  author={J. Fernando S{\'a}nchez-Rada and Carlos Angel Iglesias},
  booktitle={ESSEM@AI*IA},
  year={2013}
}
Textual emotion analysis is a new field whose aim is to detect emotions in user generated content. It complements Sentiment Analysis in the characterization of users subjective opinions and feelings. Nevertheless, there is a lack of available lexical and semantic emotion resources that could foster the development of emotion analysis services. Some of the barriers for developing such resources are the diversity of emotion theories and the absence of a vocabulary to express emotion… CONTINUE READING

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