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Do Topic-Dependent Models Improve Microblog Sentiment Estimation?

When estimating the sentiment of movie and product reviews, domain adaptation has been shown to improve sentiment estimation performance.  But when estimating the sentiment in microblogs, topic-independent sentiment models are commonly used. We examined whether topic-dependent models improve performance when a large number of training tweets are available. We collected tweets with emoticons for six […] → Read More: Do Topic-Dependent Models Improve Microblog Sentiment Estimation?

Do Topic-Dependent Models Improve Microblog Sentiment Estimation?

When estimating the sentiment of movie and product reviews, domain adaptation has been shown to improve sentiment estimation performance.  But when estimating the sentiment in microblogs, topic-independent sentiment models are commonly used. We examined whether topic-dependent models improve performance when a large number of training tweets are available. We collected tweets with emoticons for six […] → Read More: Do Topic-Dependent Models Improve Microblog Sentiment Estimation?

Do Topic-Dependent Models Improve Microblog Sentiment Estimation?

When estimating the sentiment of movie and product reviews, domain adaptation has been shown to improve sentiment estimation performance.  But when estimating the sentiment in microblogs, topic-independent sentiment models are commonly used. We examined whether topic-dependent models improve performance when a large number of training tweets are available. We collected tweets with emoticons for six […] → Read More: Do Topic-Dependent Models Improve Microblog Sentiment Estimation?

Do Topic-Dependent Models Improve Microblog Sentiment Estimation?

When estimating the sentiment of movie and product reviews, domain adaptation has been shown to improve sentiment estimation performance.  But when estimating the sentiment in microblogs, topic-independent sentiment models are commonly used. We examined whether topic-dependent models improve performance when a large number of training tweets are available. We collected tweets with emoticons for six […] → Read More: Do Topic-Dependent Models Improve Microblog Sentiment Estimation?

Do Topic-Dependent Models Improve Microblog Sentiment Estimation?

When estimating the sentiment of movie and product reviews, domain adaptation has been shown to improve sentiment estimation performance.  But when estimating the sentiment in microblogs, topic-independent sentiment models are commonly used. We examined whether topic-dependent models improve performance when a large number of training tweets are available. We collected tweets with emoticons for six […] → Read More: Do Topic-Dependent Models Improve Microblog Sentiment Estimation?

Do Topic-Dependent Models Improve Microblog Sentiment Estimation?

When estimating the sentiment of movie and product reviews, domain adaptation has been shown to improve sentiment estimation performance.  But when estimating the sentiment in microblogs, topic-independent sentiment models are commonly used. We examined whether topic-dependent models improve performance when a large number of training tweets are available. We collected tweets with emoticons for six […] → Read More: Do Topic-Dependent Models Improve Microblog Sentiment Estimation?

Do Topic-Dependent Models Improve Microblog Sentiment Estimation?

When estimating the sentiment of movie and product reviews, domain adaptation has been shown to improve sentiment estimation performance.  But when estimating the sentiment in microblogs, topic-independent sentiment models are commonly used. We examined whether topic-dependent models improve performance when a large number of training tweets are available. We collected tweets with emoticons for six […] → Read More: Do Topic-Dependent Models Improve Microblog Sentiment Estimation?

Do Topic-Dependent Models Improve Microblog Sentiment Estimation?

When estimating the sentiment of movie and product reviews, domain adaptation has been shown to improve sentiment estimation performance.  But when estimating the sentiment in microblogs, topic-independent sentiment models are commonly used. We examined whether topic-dependent models improve performance when a large number of training tweets are available. We collected tweets with emoticons for six […] → Read More: Do Topic-Dependent Models Improve Microblog Sentiment Estimation?

Susan Dumais SIGIR 2014 ACM Athena Award Lecture

Sue Dumais - Introduced by Marti Hearsthttp://research.microsoft.com/en-us/um/people/sdumais/Putting the searcher back into searchThe Changing IR landscape - from an arcane skill for librarians and computer geeks to the fabric of everyone’s l… → Read More: Susan Dumais SIGIR 2014 ACM Athena Award Lecture

Susan Dumais SIGIR 2014 ACM Athena Award Lecture

Sue Dumais - Introduced by Marti Hearsthttp://research.microsoft.com/en-us/um/people/sdumais/Putting the searcher back into searchThe Changing IR landscape - from an arcane skill for librarians and computer geeks to the fabric of everyone’s l… → Read More: Susan Dumais SIGIR 2014 ACM Athena Award Lecture