A mixture language model for the classification of Chinese online reviews
by Ming Jiang; Jian Wang; Xingqi Wang; Jingfan Tang; Chunming Wu
International Journal of Information and Communication Technology (IJICT), Vol. 7, No. 1, 2015

Abstract: In this essay, we propose an unsupervised topic and sentiment mixture model (LSS model) mainly on the basis of LDA model and combining with the sentiment factor, as an approach to sentiment classification of online reviews. There is an extra constraint that all words in a sentence are generated from one topic and one sentiment. Which means the hypothesis of the model is a word in a sentence is of one meaning only. LSS model is totally unsupervised and it needs no labelled corpora or any other sentiment seed words. Experiments show that LSS model performs better than JST model and ASUM model. The F-1 value of sentiment classification is 8% higher than ASUM model and 12.5% than JST model.

Online publication date: Sun, 30-Nov-2014

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