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Title: Sentic API: A common-sense based API for concept-level sentiment analysis
Authors: Cambria, Erik
Poria, Soujanya
Gelbukh, Alexander
Kwok, Kenneth
Keywords: Sentiment analysis
Natural language processing
Issue Date: 2014
Source: Cambria, E., Poria, S., Gelbukh, A., & Kwok, K. (2014). Sentic API: A common-sense based API for concept-level sentiment analysis. CEUR Workshop Proceedings, 19-24.
Abstract: The bag-of-concepts model can represent semantics associated with natural language text much better than bags-of-words. In the bagof-words model, in fact, a concept such as cloud_computing would be split into two separate words, disrupting the semantics of the input sentence. Working at concept-level is important for tasks such as opinion mining, especially in the case of microblogging analysis. In this work, we present Sentic API, a common-sense based application programming interface for concept-level sentiment analysis, which provides semantics and sentics (that is, denotative and connotative information) associated with 15,000 natural language concepts.
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