Sentiment Lexicon Adaptation with Context and Semantics for the Social Web

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Saif, Hassan; Fernández, Miriam; Kastler, Leon; Alani, Harith;
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Sentiment analysis over social streams offers governments and organisations a fast and effective way to monitor the publics' feelings towards policies, brands, business, etc. General purpose sentiment lexicons have been used to compute sentiment from social streams, sin... View more
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