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Cross-ratio uninorms as an effective aggregation mechanism in Sentiment Analysis
There are situations in which lexicon-based methods for Sentiment Analysis (SA) are not able to generate a classification output for specific instances of a given dataset. Most often, the reason for this situation is the ...
A consensus approach to the sentiment analysis problem driven by support-based IOWA majority
(John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2017-01)
In group decision-making there are many situations where the opinion of the majority of participants is critical. The scenarios could be multiple, like a number of doctors finding commonality on the diagnose of an illness ...
IOWA & Cross-ratio Uninorm operators as aggregation tools in sentiment analysis and ensemble methods
(IEEE Xplore, 2017-08-24)
In the field of Sentiment Analysis, a number of different classifiers are utilised to attempt to establish the polarity of a given sentence. As such, there could be a need for aggregating the outputs of the algorithms ...
A consensus approach to sentiment analysis
There are many situations where the opinion of the majority of participants is critical. The scenarios could be multiple, like a number of doctors finding commonality on the diagnosing of an illness or parliament members ...
A Hybrid Approach to the Sentiment Analysis Problem at the Sentence Level
The objective of this article is to present a hybrid approach to the Sentiment Analysis problem at the sentence level. This new method uses natural language processing (NLP) essential techniques, a sentiment lexicon enhanced ...