Textual Affect Sensing and Affective Communication

@article{Ishizuka2012TextualAS,
  title={Textual Affect Sensing and Affective Communication},
  author={Mitsuru Ishizuka and Alena Neviarouskaya and Shaikh Mostafa Al Masum},
  journal={IJCINI},
  year={2012},
  volume={6},
  pages={81-102}
}
Unlike sentiment analysis which detects positive, negative, or neutral sentences, textual affect sensing tries to detect more detailed affective or emotional states appearing in text, such as joy, sadness, anger, fear, disgust, surprise and much more. The authors describe here their following two approaches for textual affect sensing: The first one detects nine emotions using a set of rules implemented on the basis of a linguistic compositionality principle for textual affect interpretation… CONTINUE READING