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Sentiment Classification of Movie Reviews Using Contextual Valence Shifters
We present two methods for determining the sentiment expressed by a movie review. The semantic orientation of a review can be positive, negative, or neutral. We examine the effect...
Alistair Kennedy, Diana Inkpen
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2006
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Against Optimality: Logical Foundations for Decision-Theoretic Planning in Autonomous Agents
This paper investigates decision-theoretic planning in sophisticated autonomous agents operating in environments of real-world complexity. An example might be a planetary rover ex...
John L. Pollock
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2006
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The Importance of Neutral Examples for Learning Sentiment
Most research on learning to identify sentiment ignores "neutral" examples, learning only from examples of significant (positive or negative) polarity. We show that it i...
Moshe Koppel, Jonathan Schler
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2006
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Coalitions Among Intelligent Agents: A Tractable Case
María-Victoria Belmonte, Ricardo Conejo, Jo...
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2006
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Word from the Guest Editors
Vivi Nastase, Stan Szpakowicz
CI
2006
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Recognizing Strong and Weak Opinion Clauses
Theresa Wilson, Janyce Wiebe, Rebecca Hwa
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