5th Workshop on Computational Approaches to Subjectivity, Sentiment and Social Media Analysis


Friday June 27, 2014

 (8:30) Opening Remarks
 (8:35) Invited talk: Dr. Saif Mohammad
 Words: Evaluative, Emotional, Colourful, Musical!
Saif Mohammad
 (9:10) Session 1: Cross-domain and Multilingual Sentiment Analysis
9:10Robust Cross-Domain Sentiment Analysis for Low-Resource Languages
Jakob Elming, Barbara Plank and Dirk Hovy
9:35An Investigation for Implicatures in Chinese : Implicatures in Chinese and in English are similar !
Lingjia Deng and Janyce Wiebe
10:00Inducing Domain-specific Noun Polarity Guided by Domain-independent Polarity Preferences of Adjectives
Manfred Klenner, Michael Amsler and Nora Hollenstein
10:15Aspect-Level Sentiment Analysis in Czech
Josef Steinberger, Tomáš Brychcín and Michal Konkol
 (10:30) Break
 (10:50) Invited talk: Dr. Myle Ott
10:50Linguistic Models of Deceptive Opinion Spam
Myle Ott
 (11:25) Session 2: Emotion, Irony and Sarcasm Classification
11:25Semantic Role Labeling of Emotions in Tweets
Saif Mohammad, Xiaodan Zhu and Joel Martin
11:50An Impact Analysis of Features in a Classification Approach to Irony Detection in Product Reviews
Konstantin Buschmeier, Philipp Cimiano and Roman Klinger
12:15Modelling Sarcasm in Twitter, a Novel Approach
Francesco Barbieri, Horacio Saggion and Francesco Ronzano
12:30Emotive or Non-emotive: That is The Question
Michal Ptaszynski, Fumito Masui, Rafal Rzepka and Kenji Araki
 (12:45) Lunch Break
 (14:00) Demo talk: Dr. Alexandra Balahur
14:00Challenges in Creating a Multilingual Sentiment Analysis Application for Social Media Mining
Alexandra Balahur, Hristo Tanev and Erik van der Goot
 (14:30) Session 3: Lexical Acquisition and Feature Weighting for Sentiment Analysis
14:30Two-Step Model for Sentiment Lexicon Extraction from Twitter Streams
Ilia Chetviorkin and Natalia Loukachevitch
14:45Linguistically Informed Tweet Categorization for Online Reputation Management
Gerard Lynch and Pádraig Cunningham
15:00Credibility Adjusted Term Frequency: A Supervised Term Weighting Scheme for Sentiment Analysis and Text Classification
Yoon Kim and Owen Zhang
15:15Opinion Mining and Topic Categorization with Novel Term Weighting
Tatiana Gasanova, Roman Sergienko, Shakhnaz Akhmedova, Eugene Semenkin and Wolfgang Minker
 (15:30) Break
 (16:00) Session 4: Sentiment Analysis from Discourse and Dialogues
16:00Sentiment classification of online political discussions: a comparison of a word-based and dependency-based method
Hugo Lewi Hammer, Per Erik Solberg and Lilja Øvrelid
16:25Improving Agreement and Disagreement Identification in Online Discussions with A Socially-Tuned Sentiment Lexicon
Lu Wang and Claire Cardie
16:50Lexical Acquisition for Opinion Inference: A Sense-Level Lexicon of Benefactive and Malefactive Events
Yoonjung Choi, Lingjia Deng and Janyce Wiebe
17:05Dive deeper: Deep Semantics for Sentiment Analysis
Nikhilkumar Jadhav and Pushpak Bhattacharyya
 (17:20) Break
 (17:30) Session 5: Sentiment Analysis Evaluation. Going Beyond Current Sentiment Analysis Approaches
17:30Evaluating Sentiment Analysis Evaluation: A Case Study in Securities Trading
Siavash Kazemian, Shunan Zhao and Gerald Penn
17:55Sentiment Classification on Polarity Reviews: An Empirical Study Using Rating-based Features
Dai Quoc Nguyen, Dat Quoc Nguyen, Thanh Vu and Son Bao Pham
18:20Effect of Using Regression on Class Confidence Scores in Sentiment Analysis of Twitter Data
Itir Onal, Ali Mert Ertugrul and Ruken Cakici
18:35A cognitive study of subjectivity extraction in sentiment annotation
Abhijit Mishra, Aditya Joshi and Pushpak Bhattacharyya
18:50The Use of Text Similarity and Sentiment Analysis to Examine Rationales in the Large-Scale Online Deliberations
Wanting Mao, Lu Xiao and Robert Mercer
19:05A Conceptual Framework for Inferring Implicatures
Janyce Wiebe and Lingjia Deng
 (19:20) Closing remarks