SemEval - Aspect Based Sentiment Analysis

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Explains the Aspect Based Sentiment Analysis task of SemEval 2014 and the top scoring approaches.

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<ul><li> 1. SemEval 2014 Aspect Based Sentiment Analysis - Task Overview Aditya Joshi, IIIT Hyderabad With Sandeep, Sai Praneeth, Satarupa </li></ul> <p> 2. What is SemEval? Ongoing series of evaluations of computational semantic analysis systems Evolved from the SensEval word sense evaluation series. Evaluations are intended to explore the nature of meaning in language 3. What is SemEval? Corpora Dictionaries Databases Documents Human Annotators Submitted NLP Systems Gold Standards System Output Scoring Systems 4. SemEval 2014 1. Evaluation of Compositional Distributional Semantic Models on Full Sentences through Semantic Relatedness and Entailment 2. Grammar Induction for Spoken Dialogue Systems 3. Cross-Level Semantic Similarity 4. Aspect Based Sentiment Analysis 5. L2 Writing Assistant 6. Supervised Semantic Parsing of Spatial Robot Commands 7. Analysis of Clinical Text 8. Broad-Coverage Semantic Dependency Parsing 9. Sentiment Analysis in Twitter 10. Multilingual Semantic Textual Similarity 5. Aspect Based Sentiment Analysis Task 4 (ABSA) Subtask 1 Aspect term extraction Subtask 2 Aspect term polarity Subtask 3 Aspect category detection Subtask 4 Aspect category polarity "I liked the service and the staff, but not the desserts {service: positive, staff: positive, desserts: negative} {service: positive, food: negative}{service quality, food} 6. Approaches 7. Aspect Term Extraction Improvement over Hu and Liu 2004 Dependency labels (amod, nsubj) are used to filter Also use seed lexicons and forbidden words Noun Extraction Based Approaches Trained CRF(DLIREC)/Markov Tagger(NRC) along with manually created Dependency Rules Labelling Approaches Assign labels to each word in the review. Features (IITP) : local context, POS, stop words, length Word2Vec based approach(Blinov) Classification Based Approaches 8. Polarity Detection DCU (Dublin) used MPQA (Wilson 2005), SentiWordNet, General Inquirer, Bing Liu (2004). Normalized the lexicon scores. Trained SVM Based on individual lexicon scores as well as POS Tags Classification Approach iTac (Breman) used Stanford Sentiment Tree. Traverse parse tree from aspect towards root and take the first non-neutral label. Accuracy of 62% on Restaurant dataset and 52% on Laptops. Sentiment Tree A window of words around aspect term (or dependent tokens) are looked up in the SentiWordNet. Teams expanded the lexicon using Wordnet. Simple Lexicon Lookup 9. Top System NRC Canada Compiled a large corpora of reviews (unlabeled). These lexicons will be used in the further stages. Gathered Amazon and Yelp Ratings. Learnt the word sentiments considering 1-2 star reviews as negatives and 4-5 star as positives. score(w) = PMI (w, +) PMI (w, -) PMI (w, +) = 2 ,+ (+) (pointwise mutual information) where N = total tokens in corpus, freq(w) = frequency of term w in the corpus, freq (w, +) = frequency of w in positive reviews. freq(+) = total number of tokens in positive reviews. 10. Top System NRC Canada Developed in-house entity tagging system. Cleaned tokenized sentences are tagged with two possible tags O : outside, T : aspect term. T can be a phrase upto 5 tokens. Used a semi-Markov Tagger (Sarawagi and Cohen, 2004). Emission Features : couple the tag sequence y to input w. Transition Features : couple the tags with tags. If current tag is yj , transition tamplates are short n-grams of tag identities yj; yj-1; yj-2 The approach was coupled with a simpler structured perceptron. However this didnt affect the results. Produced best results 80.19% F-Score for Restaurants, 68.57% for laptops. 11. Top System NRC Canada For Aspect Term Polarity, trained a linear SVM. Features:- Surface Features : unigrams, bigrams extracted from a term Lexicon Features : number of positive and negative tokens, sum of token scores, max score Parse Features : POS N-grams, context target bigrams For category classification, used 5 binary one-vs-all SVM classifiers. Parameter was optimized after cross-validation across all categories individually. Obtained F-score of 88%. 12. Top System DCU Dublin Attained top position in aspect term polarity detection (subtask 2). Employed four lexicons :- MPQA (Wilson 2005), SentiWordNet, General Inquirer, Bing Lius Lexicon. Normalized all the scores in range [-1, 1] For a word, these four scores are summed to arrive at a score in range [-4, 4] Domain specific words were manually added. E.g. mouthwatering, watery, better- configured. As aspect term governs the sentiment as well, its distance to the sentiment term is considered in terms of (i) Token Distance, (ii) Discourse Chunk Distance (Tofiloski 2009), and (iii) Dependency Path Distance. Trained an SVM with bag of n-gram features. Parameters are decided in a 5-fold cross validation on the training data. Extra features include distance weighted sum of positive, negative scores. Test accuracy was 81%. 13. SemEval 2015 Opinion Target (may be review entity or the aspect term) Aspect Category (Prices, Food, Service, Ambience, Misc) Sentiment Polarity (+, -, neutral, conflict) Offsets (begin and end) of opinion target. http://alt.qcri.org/semeval2015/task12/ 14. SemEval 2014 Proceedings are available at : http://alt.qcri.org/semeval2014/cdrom/ </p>

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