Speech and Language Processing

  title={Speech and Language Processing},
  author={Daniel Jurafsky},
CHAPTER 18 Lexicons for Sentiment and Affect Extraction " [W]e write, not with the fingers, but with the whole person. The nerve which controls the pen winds itself about every fibre of our being, threads the heart, pierces the liver. " Virginia Woolf, Orlando " She runs the gamut of emotions from A to B. " Dorothy Parker, reviewing Hepburn's performance in Little Women In this chapter we turn to tools for interpreting affective meaning, extending our affective study of sentiment analysis in… CONTINUE READING
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