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|Title:||Augmenting WordNet with Polarity Information on Adjectives|
|Citation:||GWC 2006: THIRD INTERNATIONAL WORDNET CONFERENCE, PROCEEDINGS, (), 3-8|
|Abstract:||Polarity of a word refers to its strength in a classification, typically in a good vs bad sense, for example in movie reviews. This paper describes a technique to effectively compute the polarity information for Adjectives. Carrying on from this, we propose to introduce a new kind of link in WordNet and associate a polarity score with each Adjective in the WordNet database. We show the inter-dependence of subjectivity and polarity of a word. We demonstrate the need for incorporating such information in WordNet, by showing its use in the classification of sentences as subjective and objective.|
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