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Building a Concept-Level Sentiment Dictionary Based on Commonsense Knowledge

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Sentiment dictionaries are essential for research in the sentiment analysis field. A two-step method integrates iterative regression and random walk with in-link normalization to build a concept-level sentiment dictionary. The approach uses ConceptNet as a framework to propagate sentiment values, based on the assumption that semantically related concepts share a common sentiment.

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Intelligent Systems, IEEE  (Volume:28 ,  Issue: 2 )