1. Articles in category: Sentiment

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    1. Microsoft BioIT Alliance Health Editors/Science Editors/Technology Editors

      (AP:CAMBRIDGE, England--) (BUSINESS WIRE) _ Jun. 12, 2008--Linguamatics Ltd, a leader in enterprise text mining for the life science and other markets, today announced that it has joined the Microsoft BioIT Alliance, an association of life science organizations and informatics companies whose focus is to enhance collaboration and accelerate the pace of drug discovery and development.
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    2. Polarity Classification of Public Health Opinions in Chinese

      Public health events with major consequences are occurring globally. Increasingly people are expressing their views on these events and government agencies’ responses and policies online. Recent years have seen significant interest in investigating methods to recognize favorable and unfavorable sentiments towards specific subjects, including public health opinions, from online natural language text. However, most of these efforts are focused on English. In this paper, we study Chinese opinion mining in the context of public health opinions. We explore two complementary approaches—a Chinese opinionated word-based approach and a machine learning approach. We also conduct related comparative analysis and discuss the ...
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    3. OntoGame: Weaving the Semantic Web by Online Games

      Most of the challenges faced when building the Semantic Web require a substantial amount of human labor and intelligence. Despite significant advancement in ontology learning and human language technology, the tasks of ontology construction, semantic annotation, and establishing alignments between multiple ontologies remain highly dependent on human intelligence. This means that individuals need to contribute time and sometimes other resources. Unfortunately, we observe a serious lack of user involvement in the aforementioned tasks, which may be due to the absence of motivations for people who contribute. As a novel solution, we (1) propose to masquerade the core tasks of weaving ...
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    4. Seeing Several Stars: A Rating Inference Task for a Document Containing Several Evaluation Criteria

      In this paper we address a novel sentiment analysis task of rating inference. Previous rating inference tasks, which are sometimes referred to as “seeing stars”, estimate only one rating in a document. However reviewers judge not only the overall polarity for a product but also details for it. A document in this new task contains several ratings for a product. Furthermore the range of the ratings is zero to six points (i.e., stars). In other words this task denotes “seeing several stars in a document”. If significant words or phrases for evaluation criteria and their strength as positive or ...
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    5. Linguamatics Announces Expansion of Strategic Collaboration with Pfizer

      Linguamatics Ltd, a leader in natural language processing (NLP) for the life science market, today announced that Pfizer has extended its strategic collaboration with Linguamatics to use the I2E knowledge discovery platform for text mining across their R&D; organization. Pfizer researchers and other decision-makers will use I2E to discover and extract key facts and relationships from internal and ...
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