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- (Hatzivassiloglou & Wiebe, 2000) ⇒ Vasileios Hatzivassiloglou, Janyce M. Wiebe. (2000). “Effects of Adjective Orientation and Gradability on Sentence Subjectivity.” In: Proceedings of the 18th conference on Computational Linguistics (COLING 2000). doi:10.3115/990820.990864.
Subject Headings: Sentence Subjectivity Classification Task.
- (Ding et al., 2008) ⇒ Xiaowen Ding, Bing Liu, and Philip S. Yu. (2008). “A Holistic Lexicon-based Approach to Opinion Mining.” In: Proceedings of the International Conference on Web Wearch and Web Data Mining (WSDM 2008).
- Sentence level subjectivity classification is studied in , which determines whether a sentence is a subjective sentence (but may not express a positive or negative opinion) or a factual one.
- Subjectivity is a pragmatic, sentence-level feature that has important implications for text processing applications such as information extraction and information retrieval. We study the effects of dynamic adjectives, semantically oriented adjectives, and gradable adjectives on a simple subjectivity classifier, and establish that they are strong predictors of subjectivity. A novel trainable method that statistically combines two indicators of gradability is presented and evaluated, complementing existing automatic techniques for assigning orientation labels.
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|Effects of Adjective Orientation and Gradability on Sentence Subjectivity||Proceedings of the 18th conference on Computational Linguistics||http://acl.ldc.upenn.edu/C/C00/C00-1044.pdf||10.3115/990820.990864||2000|