Semantic frames as an anchor representation for sentiment analysis

@inproceedings{Ruppenhofer2012SemanticFA,
  title={Semantic frames as an anchor representation for sentiment analysis},
  author={Josef Ruppenhofer and Ines Rehbein},
  booktitle={WASSA@ACL},
  year={2012}
}
Current work on sentiment analysis is characterized by approaches with a pragmatic focus, which use shallow techniques in the interest of robustness but often rely on ad-hoc creation of data sets and methods. We argue that progress towards deep analysis depends on a) enriching shallow representations with linguistically motivated, rich information, and b) focussing different branches of research and combining ressources to create synergies with related work in NLP. In the paper, we propose… CONTINUE READING
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