CluSent – Combining Semantic Expansion and De-Noising for Dataset-Oriented Sentiment Analysis of Short Texts

  • Felipe Viegas UFMG
  • Sergio Canuto IFG
  • Washington Cunha UFMG
  • Celso França UFMG
  • Claudio Valiense UFMG
  • Leonardo Rocha UFSJ
  • Marcos André Gonçalves UFMG

Resumo


The lack of sufficient information, mainly in short texts, is a major challenge to building effective sentiment models. Short texts can be enriched with more complex semantic relationships that better capture affective information, with a potential undesired side effect of noise introduced into the data. This work proposes a new strategy for customized dataset-oriented sentiment analysis – CluSent – that exploits a powerful, recently proposed concept for representing semantically related words – CluWords. CluSent tackles the issues mentioned above of information shortage and noise by: (i) exploiting the semantic neighborhood of a given pre-trained word embedding to enrich document representation and (ii) introducing dataset-oriented filtering and weighting mechanisms to cope with noise, which takes advantage of the polarity and intensity information from lexicons. In our experimental evaluation, considering 19 datasets, five state-of-the-art baselines (including modern transformer architectures), and two metrics, CluSent was the best method in 30 out of 38 possibilities, with significant gains over the strongest baselines (over 14%).

Palavras-chave: Sentiment Analysis, Classification, Natural Language Processing

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VIEGAS, Felipe; CANUTO, Sergio; CUNHA, Washington; FRANÇA, Celso; VALIENSE, Claudio; ROCHA, Leonardo; GONÇALVES, Marcos André. CluSent – Combining Semantic Expansion and De-Noising for Dataset-Oriented Sentiment Analysis of Short Texts. In: SIMPÓSIO BRASILEIRO DE SISTEMAS MULTIMÍDIA E WEB (WEBMEDIA), 29. , 2023, Ribeirão Preto/SP. Anais [...]. Porto Alegre: Sociedade Brasileira de Computação, 2023 . p. 110–118.

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