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Proceedings of the 22nd International Conference on Computational Linguistics - COLING '08
This paper studies sentiment analysis from the user-generated content on the Web. In particular, it focuses on mining opinions from comparative sentences, i.e., to determine which entities in a comparison are preferred by its author. A typical comparative sentence compares two or more entities. For example, the sentence, "the picture quality of Camera X is better than that of Camera Y", compares two entities "Camera X" and "Camera Y" with regard to their picture quality. Clearly, "Camera X" isdoi:10.3115/1599081.1599112 fatcat:lrjixcy5y5hw5fspgqfmmvqlam