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|Title:||Deep neural network approaches for Spanish sentiment analysis of short texts|
|Authors:||Ochoa Luna, José|
|Keywords:||Data mining;Recurrent neural networks;Sentiment analysis;Social networking (online);Benchmark datasets;Convolutional neural network;Data augmentation;Learning approach;Neural networks model;Sentence classifications;Twitter sentences;Word representations;Deep neural networks|
|Abstract:||Sentiment Analysis has been extensively researched in the last years. While important theoretical and practical results have been obtained, there is still room for improvement. In particular, when short sentences and low resources languages are considered. Thus, in this work we focus on sentiment analysis for Spanish Twitter messages. We explore the combination of several word representations (Word2Vec, Glove, Fastext) and Deep Neural Networks models in order to classify short texts. Previous Deep Learning approaches were unable to obtain optimal results for Spanish Twitter sentence classification. Conversely, we show promising results in that direction. Our best setting combines data augmentation, three word embeddings representations, Convolutional Neural Networks and Recurrent Neural Networks. This setup allows us to obtain state-of-the-art results on the TASS/SEPLN Spanish benchmark dataset, in terms of accuracy. © Springer Nature Switzerland AG 2018.|
|Appears in Collections:||Artículos - Ciencia de la computación|
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