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Dimensional Sentiment Analysis of Traditional Chinese Words Using Pre-trained Not-quite-right Sentiment Word Vectors and Supervised Ensemble Models

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Citation Author(s):
Feixiang Wang, Yunxiao Zhou, Lan man
Submitted by:
feixiang wang
Last updated:
27 November 2016 - 11:06pm
Document Type:
Presentation Slides
Document Year:
2016
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Paper Code:
117

Abstract 

Abstract: 

This work focuses on two specific types of sentimental information analysis for traditional Chinese words, i.e., valence represents the degree of pleasant and unpleasant feelings (i.e., sentiment orientation), and arousal represents the degree of excitement and calm (i.e., sentiment strength). To address it, we proposed supervised ensemble learning models to assign appropriate real valued ratings to each
word on two sentimental dimensions, incorporating pretrained semantic and sentiment word vectors into the models. Experimental results on IALP 2016 Shared Task data set showed that our method achieves desirable performance in predicting real valued ratings of given words in valence subtask and forecasting the order of words in arousal subtask. Specifically, for the valence subtask, our system ranks the first in terms of MAE measure.

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