IJMTES – RULE BASED METHOD AND CROSS DOMAIN FEATURES FOR SENTIMENT SENSITIVE ANALYSIS

Journal Title : International Journal of Modern Trends in Engineering and Science

Paper Title : RULE BASED METHOD AND CROSS DOMAIN FEATURES FOR SENTIMENT SENSITIVE ANALYSIS

Author’s Name : N Umadevi | R Yesotha unnamed

Volume 03 Issue 12 2016

ISSN no:  2348-3121

Page no: 37-41

Abstract – The new development tools ,frame work are appeared ,they are called as CMS(Content Management system),this framework are used to allows the nimble  website development, the system are used for an easy installation ,content  publication and edition , enabling a common user to publish online content  are being a computer expert or a programmer. Because of facilities more forums, blogs and specialized web sites have being developed, increased dramatically the number of content generated by ordinary users. This content is unstructured data in the form of the free text, the recovery and extraction of meaningful information depends on the specialized techniques. This work is used to explore the use of a techniques focused on the analysis of user to be generated content in the e-commerce context.  

Keywords— Rule Based Method, Cross Domain, sentiment classification, learning Algorithm

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