Comprehensive Study on Lexicon-based Ensemble Classification Sentiment Analysis†
AbstractWe propose a novel method for counting sentiment orientation that outperforms supervised learning approaches in time and memory complexity and is not statistically significantly different from them in accuracy. Our method consists of a novel approach to generating unigram, bigram and trigram lexicons. The proposed method, called frequentiment, is based on calculating the frequency of features (words) in the document and averaging their impact on the sentiment score as opposed to documents that do not contain these features. Afterwards, we use ensemble classification to improve the overall accuracy of the method. What is important is that the frequentiment-based lexicons with sentiment threshold selection outperform other popular lexicons and some supervised learners, while being 3–5 times faster than the supervised approach. We compare 37 methods (lexicons, ensembles with lexicon’s predictions as input and supervised learners) applied to 10 Amazon review data sets and provide the first statistical comparison of the sentiment annotation methods that include ensemble approaches. It is one of the most comprehensive comparisons of domain sentiment analysis in the literature. View Full-Text
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Augustyniak, Ł.; Szymański, P.; Kajdanowicz, T.; Tuligłowicz, W. Comprehensive Study on Lexicon-based Ensemble Classification Sentiment Analysis. Entropy 2016, 18, 4.
Augustyniak Ł, Szymański P, Kajdanowicz T, Tuligłowicz W. Comprehensive Study on Lexicon-based Ensemble Classification Sentiment Analysis. Entropy. 2016; 18(1):4.Chicago/Turabian Style
Augustyniak, Łukasz; Szymański, Piotr; Kajdanowicz, Tomasz; Tuligłowicz, Włodzimierz. 2016. "Comprehensive Study on Lexicon-based Ensemble Classification Sentiment Analysis." Entropy 18, no. 1: 4.
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