Sentence-Level Polarity Detection in a Computer Corpus

@inproceedings{Veselovsk2011SentenceLevelPD,
  title={Sentence-Level Polarity Detection in a Computer Corpus},
  author={Katerina Veselovsk{\'a}},
  year={2011}
}
The paper presents a preliminary research on possible relations between the syntactic structure and the polarity of a Czech sentence by means of the so-called sentiment analysis of a computer corpus. The main goal of sentiment analysis is the detection of a positive or negative polarity, or neutrality of a sentence (or, more broadly, a text). Most often this process takes place by looking for the polarity items, i.e. words or phrases inherently bearing positive or negative values. These words… CONTINUE READING

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