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Lexical Context for Profiling Reputation of Corporate Entities

Jean-Valère Cossu, Liana Ermakova
2017 Proceedings of the 19th International Conference on Enterprise Information Systems  
Moreover, explaining automatic systems' suggestions for decision support is a difficult task thanks to this lack of data.  ...  Despite some advantages in Reputation Dimension Classification (RDC) task pushed by RepLab, it remains a research challenge.  ...  The performed experiments showed that contextualization does not improve the best lexical classifiers on RepLab although the provided context is much easier to read for reputation experts than the expansion  ... 
doi:10.5220/0006284505670576 dblp:conf/iceis/CossuE17 fatcat:63zbgk3mrjdcljnewxlrmo2riu

Profiling Reputation of Corporate Entities in Semantic Space

Jussi Karlgren, Magnus Sahlgren, Fredrik Olsson, Fredrik Espinoza, Ola Hamfors
2012 Conference and Labs of the Evaluation Forum  
Gavagai used its first-generation baseline system for the profiling task for evaluation campaign for online reputation management systems of CLEF 2012.  ...  The system builds on large scale analysis of streaming text and performed excellently on this task with standard settings.  ...  Profiling corporate reputation in streaming online data The profiling task was defined to be based on real data, using a set of microblog posts from Twitter filtered to contain a company name.  ... 
dblp:conf/clef/KarlgrenSOEH12 fatcat:kdddrg5tbjc5xbqffxmz4xees4

Semantic Space Models for Profiling Reputation of Corporate Entities

Jussi Karlgren, Linus Ericsson
2013 Conference and Labs of the Evaluation Forum  
Gavagai used its commercially available system for the filtering and polarity tasks in the evaluation campaign for online reputation management systems at CLEF 2013.  ...  The system is built for large scale analysis of streaming text and as part of the services Gavagai provides, it measures the public attitude visavi targets of interest.  ...  Real life experimental data The profiling task was defined to be based on real data, using a set of microblog posts from Twitter filtered to contain an entity name.  ... 
dblp:conf/clef/KarlgrenE13 fatcat:nwe2lhvha5d6nhbk6wgc4pjrzi

Feature Selection and Data Sampling Methods for Learning Reputation Dimensions

Cristina Gârbacea, Manos Tsagkias, Maarten de Rijke
2014 Conference and Labs of the Evaluation Forum  
We report on our participation in the reputation dimension task of the CLEF RepLab 2014 evaluation initiative, i.e., to classify social media updates into eight predefined categories.  ...  We explore three sampling strategies for selecting training examples, and probe their effect on classification performance.  ...  Introduction Today's growing popularity of social media requires the development of methods that can automatically monitor the reputation of real world entities in a social context.  ... 
dblp:conf/clef/GarbaceaTR14 fatcat:nk52gyy2nfgjbh47qpgcfayp6m

Overview of RepLab 2014: Author Profiling and Reputation Dimensions for Online Reputation Management [chapter]

Enrique Amigó, Jorge Carrillo-de-Albornoz, Irina Chugur, Adolfo Corujo, Julio Gonzalo, Edgar Meij, Maarten de Rijke, Damiano Spina
2014 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
This paper describes the organisation and results of RepLab 2014, the third competitive evaluation campaign for Online Reputation Management systems.  ...  This year the focus lied on two new tasks: reputation dimensions classification and author profiling, which complement the aspects of reputation analysis studied in the previous campaigns.  ...  , polarity for reputation (which statements and opinions have negative/positive implications for the reputation of the entity?)  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-11382-1_24 fatcat:ywwjzb6j5rb2xcgen4pxzt5dqi

Artificial Intelligence, Social Media and Supply Chain Management: The Way Forward

Apalak Khatua, Aparup Khatua, Xu Chi, Erik Cambria
2021 Electronics  
We argue that the context-specific application of AI, compared to generic approaches, is more efficient in retrieving meaningful insights from social media data for SCM.  ...  Supply chain management (SCM) is a complex network of multiple entities ranging from business partners to end consumers.  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/electronics10192348 fatcat:vreqwfljebcudgl3drik7fn57a

A Lexical Approach for Opinion Mining in Twitter

Deebha Mumtaz, Bindiya Ahuja
2016 International Journal of Education and Management Engineering  
The lexical method proposed in this paper classifies the tweets as positive, negative or neutral depending on the polarity of the words in it. Also, the role of negation words has been investigated.  ...  The blossoming of a significant number of social networking sites, blogs, and microblogs has given a podium for general masses to voice their opinion regarding social topics, economic issues, political  ...  Result and Evaluation In this paper, a real-time analysis and implementation of the lexical method for sentiment analysis in Twitter was undertaken.  ... 
doi:10.5815/ijeme.2016.04.03 fatcat:rkdtytjuojhtrm4xb7xl6wspkq

Editorial: Enlarging the Focus on the Role of Competencies, Abilities, and Personality in Management Research

Holger Steinmetz, Christian Schwens, Rodrigo Isidor, Rüdiger Kabst
2010 Management Revue  
This special issue contains seven articles that focus on competencies or personality in not yet researched contexts and levels (individual vs. firm level).  ...  Past research on the role of individual characteristics in management research (e.g., predictive value of personality on job related issues, human resource management practices handling individual competencies  ...  The empirical findings reveal that cultural intelligence is positively related to corporate reputation and employee commitment; however, it has no impact on the financial performance of small businesses  ... 
doi:10.5771/0935-9915-2010-3-225 fatcat:fd5omq4v55f6bcmrwn6iyv2mfm

Defamation case law in Hong Kong: A corpus-based study

Le Cheng, Winnie Cheng, Jian Li
2016 Semiotica: Journal of the International Association for Semiotic Studies  
Previous studies on defamation law have pointed out the importance of balancing two fundamental issues in law, namely, protection of reputation and freedom of speech.  ...  The present corpus-based legal study, using ConcGram 1.0 as the analytical tool, examined the phraseological profile of reported cases on defamation in Hong Kong in order to find out the types of defense  ...  In defamation cases, the defendants may include individuals, body entities (including universities), and corporate entities (including news media companies).  ... 
doi:10.1515/sem-2015-0114 fatcat:wf5fvp5klrcupevoszobx6eh34

Constructing Identity in Higher Education Prospectuses. Approach to the Rhetoric of Excellence

2019 Cultural Intertexts  
that displays a carefully weighed self-promotion strategy meant to build an image of academic excellence and professionalism for the institution.  ...  Taking a discursive approach to prospectuses of higher education institutions, this paper explores the way identity is constructed in this type of discourse envisaged as an instance of promotional discourse  ...  For each of them, the corporation projects a different image of itself since the context of interaction is different every time.  ... 
doaj:da6e80d812bc4d2d89e1725593447934 fatcat:ayxlzq5ufzfrpjfmecnidghivi

In times of crisis: a corpus approach to the construction of the global financial crisis in annual reports

Alon Lischinsky
2011 Critical Discourse Studies  
Terms for the crisis, their collocates and their discourse preferences are drawn from a 1'500'000-word ad-hoc corpus of annual reports  ...  Citation for the published paper: Lischinsky, A. (2011) "'In times of crisis: a corpus approach to the construction of the financial crisis annual reports" Critical Discourse Studies, 8(3): 153-168 URL  ...  part remained firmly wedded to this inevitably firm-centred perspective 2 , even as the seminal work of Coombs & Holladay (1996 , 2010 led to more systematic models of threats to corporate public reputation  ... 
doi:10.1080/17405904.2011.589231 fatcat:ym6qexhdwrf7vpcsu2wexr2rtu

The "day after" Basel 2: do regulators comply with banking culture?

Alessandro Carretta, Vincenzo Farina, Paola Schwizer
2010 Journal of Financial Regulation and Compliance  
Wuthnow (1989) claims that the linguistic categories and lexical expressions typical of a certain context allow the analysis of different corporate cultures, because their definition is closely related  ...  within organizations (D'Aveni, MacMillan, 1990) , the determinants of corporate reputation (Fombrun, Shanley, 1990) , the measurement of the intensity of orientation to "corporate social responsibility  ... 
doi:10.1108/13581981011093659 fatcat:3y2izktdsbffno6i6ooqpw4kfu

A Review on the Rhetorical Structure and Linguistic Features of Corporate Annual Reports

Shabnum Sayyed Hussain, Afida Mohamad Ali, Zalina Mohd Kasim, Ilyana Jalaluddin
2020 International Journal of Academic Research in Business and Social Sciences  
In addition, corporations claim credit and responsibility for positive events but in the case of negative events, responsibility is evaded.  ...  Based on the major findings of the studies reviewed in this paper, it can be argued that the writers of this professional discourse embellish the companies' reputation with frequent usage of positive language  ...  The sub-genre of corporate profiles revealed five moves and eleven strategies.  ... 
doi:10.6007/ijarbss/v10-i9/7591 fatcat:tw73gcjbqffp7ad24xruvjae5a

Entity-Based Filtering and Topic Detection for Online Reputation Monitoring in Twitter

Damiano Spina
In this context, it is only natural to witness a significant growth of demand for text mining software for Online Reputation Monitoring: automatic tools that help processing, understanding and aggregating  ...  This has generated the necessity of monitoring the reputation of those entities online.  ...  In this context, Entity Profiling entity profiling refers to the analysis of the reputation of the company in online media at a certain point in time (e.g., what is the overall polarity in the last months  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.1115122.v4 fatcat:bnwfsgm2prai3k6zrvnekdqjm4

Utilising Wikipedia for Text Mining Applications

Muhammad Atif Qureshi
2016 SIGIR Forum  
5.3 the lack of context in tweets poses a serious challenge for the online reputation management tasks.  ...  Named entity recognition is considered closely related to the task we address within the context of reputation management.  ...  Appendix B Use of Wikipedia Articles' Hyperlink for Filtering Task B.1 Introduction Here, we explain our previous approach for addressing the filtering task in the context of CLEF RepLab 2013 filtering  ... 
doi:10.1145/2888422.2888449 fatcat:lck3kkxoazcj5powaqhjs6epty
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