Paper: Multilingual Subjectivity and Sentiment Analysis

ACL ID P12-4004
Title Multilingual Subjectivity and Sentiment Analysis
Venue Annual Meeting of the Association of Computational Linguistics
Session Tutorial Abstracts
Year 2012
Authors

Tutorial Abstracts of ACL 2012, page 4, Jeju, Republic of Korea, 8 July 2012. c?2012 Association for Computational Linguistics Multilingual Subjectivity and Sentiment Analysis Rada Mihalcea University of North Texas Denton, Tx rada@cs.unt.edu Carmen Banea University of North Texas Denton, Tx carmenbanea@my.unt.edu Janyce Wiebe University of Pittsburgh Pittsburgh, Pa wiebe@cs.pitt.edu Abstract Subjectivity and sentiment analysis focuses on the automatic identification of private states, such as opinions, emotions, sentiments, evalu- ations, beliefs, and speculations in natural lan- guage. While subjectivity classification labels text as either subjective or objective, sentiment classification adds an additional level of gran- ularity, by further classifying subjective text as either positiv...