Understanding how bloggers feel: recognizing affect in blog posts

@inproceedings{Leshed2006UnderstandingHB,
  title={Understanding how bloggers feel: recognizing affect in blog posts},
  author={Gilly Leshed and Joseph Kaye},
  booktitle={CHI Extended Abstracts},
  year={2006}
}
One of the goals of affective computing is to recognize human emotions. We present a system that learns to recognize emotions based on textual resources and test it on a large number of blog entries tagged with moods by their authors. We show how a machine-learning approach can be used to gain insight into the way writers convey and interpret their own emotions, and provide nuanced mood associations for a large wordlist. 
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