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Towards a Chinese common and common sense knowledge base for sentiment analysis

Citation
Cambria E, Hussain A, Durrani T & Zhang J (2012) Towards a Chinese common and common sense knowledge base for sentiment analysis. In: Jiang H, Ding W, Ali M, Wu X (ed.). Advanced Research in Applied Artificial Intelligence: 25th International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Other Applications of Applied Intelligent Systems, IEA/AIE 2012, Dalian, China, June 9-12, 2012. Proceedings. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 7345, Berlin Heidelberg: Springer, pp. 437-446.

Abstract
To date, the majority of sentiment analysis research has focused on English language. Recent studies, however, show that non-native English speakers heavily support the growing use of Internet. Chinese, specifically, is poised to outpace English as the dominant language online in a few years' time. So far, just a few isolated research endeavors have been undertaken to meet the demands of real-life Chinese web environments. Natural language processing research endeavor, in fact, primarily depends on the availability of resources like lexicons and corpora, which are still very limited for sentiment analysis research in Chinese language. To this end, we are developing a Chinese common and common sense knowledge base for sentiment analysis by blending the largest existing taxonomy of English common knowledge with a semantic network of English common sense knowledge, and by using machine translation techniques to effectively translate its content into Chinese.

Keywords
AI; NLP; KR; Sentiment Analysis; Sentic Computing

StatusPublished
EditorJiang H, Ding W, Ali M, Wu X
AuthorsCambria Erik, Hussain Amir, Durrani Tariq, Zhang Jiajun
Title of seriesLecture Notes in Computer Science
Number in series7345
Publication date2012
URLhttp://link.springer.com/…-642-31087-4_46#
PublisherSpringer
Place of publicationBerlin Heidelberg
ISSN of series 0302-9743
ISBN 978-3-642-31086-7
LanguageEnglish

Journal
Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including Subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics) (2012)

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