Validating the Coverage of Lexical Resources for Affect Analysis and Automatically Classifying New Words along Semantic Axes

@inproceedings{Grefenstette2006ValidatingTC,
  title={Validating the Coverage of Lexical Resources for Affect Analysis and Automatically Classifying New Words along Semantic Axes},
  author={Gregory Grefenstette and Yan Qu and David A. Evans and James G. Shanahan},
  booktitle={Computing Attitude and Affect in Text},
  year={2006}
}
11:00 12:30 Session: Lexical Acquisition (Chair: Elizabeth D. Liddy) Validating the Coverage of Lexical Resources for Affect Analysis and Automatically Classifying New Words along Semantic Axes Gregory Grefenstette, Yan Qu, David A. Evans, James G. Shanahan Building a Weighted Dictionary for Referential Activity Wilma Bucci, Bernard Maskit Acquisition of Subjective Adjectives with Limited Resources Stefano Vegnaduzzo 
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