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Reputation Analysis with a Ranked Sentiment-Lexicon
Abstract:

Reputation analysis is naturally linked to a sentiment analysis task of the targeted entities. This analysis leverages on a sentiment lexicon that includes general sentiment words and domain specific jargon. However, in most cases target entities are themselves part of the sentiment lexicon, creating a loop from which it is difficult to infer an entity reputation. Sometimes, the entity became a reference in the domain and is vastly cited as an example of a highly reputable entity. For example, in the movies domain it is not uncommon to see reviews citing Batman or Anthony Hopkins as esteemed references. In this paper we describe an unsupervised method for performing a simultaneous-analysis of the reputation of multiple named-entities. Our method jointly extracts named entities reputation and a domain specific sentiment lexicon. The objective is two-fold: (1) named-entities are naturally ranked by our method and (2) we can build a reputation graph of the domain’s named entities. This framework has immediate applications in terms of visualization or search by reputation.


URL: http://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=2609546

@ The 37th Annual ACM SIGIR - Special Interest Group On Information Retrieval


Publisher: ACM SIGIR ( United States )


Date: July, 2014


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