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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Thanks to the advent of Web 2.0, the potential for opinion sharing today is unmatched in history. Making meaning out of the huge amount of unstructured information available online, however, is extremely difficult as web-contents, despite being perfectly suitable for human consumption, still remain hardly accessible to machines. To bridge the cognitive and affective gap between word-level natural language data and the concept-level sentiments conveyed by them, affective common sense knowledgedoi:10.1007/978-3-642-31087-4_46 fatcat:32ot23tyurd7dizllq6oa46hmy