emojiSpace: Spatial Representation of Emojis

@article{Mostafavi2022emojiSpaceSR,
  title={emojiSpace: Spatial Representation of Emojis},
  author={Moeen Mostafavi and Mahsa Pahlavikhah Varnosfaderani and Fatemeh Nikseresht and Seyed Ahmad Mansouri},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2022},
  volume={abs/2209.09871}
}
In the absence of nonverbal cues during messaging communication, users express part of their emotions using emojis. Thus, having emojis in the vocabulary of text messaging language models can significantly improve many natural language processing (NLP) applications such as online communication analysis. On the other hand, word embedding models are usually trained on a very large corpus of text such as Wikipedia or Google News datasets that include very few samples with emojis. In this study, we… 

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