In case you are looking for me on campus, my new office is Tinbergen building H10-21.
At the International Conference on Web Engineering 2016, our paper called "Aspect-Based Sentiment Analysis on the Web using Rhetorical Structure Theory" got a Distinguished Paper Award, which is essentially the Best Paper runner-up. I am delighted to receive this award and I thank all my co-authors for their work! See also: http://icwe2016.inf.usi.ch/awards Or download the […]
It has been quite some time since I actually posted something. This is, however, not because there was nothing to tell! I have added three additional publications to the list. Furthermore, I have been able to visit the World Wide Web conference in Seoul, South Korea, which was amazing! Meanwhile, I am doing some research […]
With the training data released just before Christmas, I started working on this benchmark this month. For three of the four subtasks I have established a rough baseline method. I will try to keep this updated over time. Aspect Detection A relatively simple Part-of-Speech pattern algorithm that finds aspects (Precision: 54% Recall: 77% F1: 63%) […]
Yesterday, I discovered that aspect-level sentiment analysis will be an actual task at the next SemEval benchmark. That is good news indeed! I have been waiting for a suitable benchmark to participate in, and this one is right on target. A great thing about these benchmarks is the annotated data they provide, but the sense […]