Expressing Opinion Diversity
published: April 22, 2011, recorded: March 2011, views: 3384
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The focus of this paper is describing a natural language processing methodology for identifying opinion diversity expressed within text. We achieve this by building a domain-driven opinion vocabulary, in order to be able to identify domain specific words and expressions. As a use case scenario, we consider Twitter comments related to movies, and try to capture opinion diversity by employing an opinion vocabulary, which we generate based on a corpus of IMDb movie reviews.
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