Semantic disambiguation in a social information discovery system

@article{Diamantini2015SemanticDI,
  title={Semantic disambiguation in a social information discovery system},
  author={Claudia Diamantini and Alex Mircoli and Domenico Potena and Emanuele Storti},
  journal={2015 International Conference on Collaboration Technologies and Systems (CTS)},
  year={2015},
  pages={326-333}
}
Sentiment Analysis of microblog content calls for specific tools able to cope with the dynamic nature of information published in social networks, and the intrinsic complexity and ambiguity of human language. In this work we introduce a Word Sense Disambiguation (WSD) algorithm for polysemous word disambiguation which uses a dictionary-based approach to determine the most fitting meaning of a term, basing on nearby words in the sentence. The work is a part of a Business Intelligence system for… 

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