SenticNet 3: A Common and Common-Sense Knowledge Base for Cognition-Driven Sentiment Analysis

@inproceedings{Cambria2014SenticNet3A,
  title={SenticNet 3: A Common and Common-Sense Knowledge Base for Cognition-Driven Sentiment Analysis},
  author={Erik Cambria and Daniel J. Olsher and Dheeraj Rajagopal},
  booktitle={AAAI},
  year={2014}
}
SenticNet is a publicly available semantic and affective resource for concept-level sentiment analysis. Rather than using graph-mining and dimensionality-reduction techniques, SenticNet 3 makes use of ‘energy flows’ to connect various parts of extended common and common-sense knowledge representations to one another. SenticNet 3 models nuanced semantics and sentics (that is, the conceptual and affective information associated with multi-word natural language expressions), representing… CONTINUE READING
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