Opinion observer: analyzing and comparing opinions on the Web

@inproceedings{Liu2005OpinionOA,
  title={Opinion observer: analyzing and comparing opinions on the Web},
  author={B. Liu and Minqing Hu and Junsheng Cheng},
  booktitle={The Web Conference},
  year={2005}
}
The Web has become an excellent source for gathering consumer opinions. [] Key Method First, it proposes a novel framework for analyzing and comparing consumer opinions of competing products. A prototype system called Opinion Observer is also implemented. The system is such that with a single glance of its visualization, the user is able to clearly see the strengths and weaknesses of each product in the minds of consumers in terms of various product features. This comparison is useful to both potential…

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