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Detecting Ironic Intent in Creative Comparisons

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Detecting Ironic Intent in Creative Comparisons
Abstract. Irony is an effective but challenging mode of communication that allows a speaker to express sentiment-rich viewpoints with concision, sharpness and humour. Irony is especially common in online documents that express subjective and deeply-felt opinions, and thus represents a significant obstacle to the accurate analysis of sentiment in web texts. In this paper we look at one commonly used framing device for linguistic irony
Tony Veale, Yanfen Hao
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Type Conference
Year 2010
Where ECAI
Authors Tony Veale, Yanfen Hao
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