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6th Workshop on Computational Approaches to Subjectivity, Sentiment and Social Media Analysis


Thursday, September 17, 2015

09:00–09:05Opening Remarks
09:05–09:40Invited talk
 Multilingual Affect Polarity and Valence Prediction in Metaphors
Zornitsa Kozareva
09:40–10:30Session 1: Multilingual Sentiment Analysis in Social Media
09:40–10:10Sentiment Analysis on Monolingual, Multilingual and Code-Switching Twitter Corpora
David Vilares, Miguel A. Alonso and Carlos Gómez-Rodríguez
10:10–10:30Connotation in Translation
Marine Carpuat
10:30–11:00Coffee Break
11:00–12:30Session 2: The Influence of Context for Sentiment Analysis in Social Media
11:00–11:30Enhanced Twitter Sentiment Classification Using Contextual Information
Soroush Vosoughi, Helen Zhou and deb roy
11:30–12:00Your Sentiment Precedes You: Using an author’s historical tweets to predict sarcasm
Anupam Khattri, Aditya Joshi, Pushpak Bhattacharyya and Mark Carman
12:00–12:30Optimising Agile Social Media Analysis
Thomas Kober and David Weir
12:30–14:00Lunch Break
14:00–15:30Session 3: Beyond Review Mining
14:00–14:30Utilizing review analysis to suggest product advertisement improvements
Takaaki Tsunoda, Takashi Inui and Satoshi Sekine
14:30–15:00Towards Opinion Mining from Reviews for the Prediction of Product Rankings
Wiltrud Kessler, Roman Klinger and Jonas Kuhn
15:00–15:30Classification of deceptive opinions using a low dimensionality representation
Leticia Cagnina and Paolo Rosso
15:30–16:00Coffee Break
16:00–17:20Session 4: Lexicon Generation and Visualisation for Sentiment Analysis
16:00–16:30Extending effect annotation with lexical decomposition
Josef Ruppenhofer and Jasper Brandes
16:30–17:00Analysing domain suitability of a sentiment lexicon by identifying distributionally bipolar words
Lucie Flekova, Daniel Preotiuc-Pietro and Eugen Ruppert
17:00–17:20Imagisaurus: An Interactive Visualizer of Valence and Emotion in the Roget’s Thesaurus
Saif Mohammad
17:30–19:20Session 5: Posters
 Personality Traits on Twitter—or—How to Get 1,500 Personality Tests in a Week
Barbara Plank and Dirk Hovy
 Negation Scope Detection for Twitter Sentiment Analysis
Johan Reitan, Jørgen Faret, Björn Gambäck and Lars Bungum
 A Linguistically Informed Convolutional Neural Network
Sebastian Ebert, Ngoc Thang Vu and Hinrich Schütze
 How much does word sense disambiguation help in sentiment analysis of micropost data?
Chiraag Sumanth and Diana Inkpen
 Predicting Ratings for New Movie Releases from Twitter Content
Wernard Schmit and Sander Wubben
 Beyond Sentiment: Social Psychological Analysis of Political Facebook Comments in Hungary
Márton Miháltz, Tamás Váradi, István Csertő, Éva Fülöp, Tibor Pólya and Pál Kővágó
 Verb-centered Sentiment Inference with Description Logics
Manfred Klenner
 Mining HEXACO personality traits from Enterprise Social Media
Priyanka Sinha, Lipika Dey, Pabitra Mitra and Anupam Basu
 Opinion Holder and Target Extraction for Verb-based Opinion Predicates – The Problem is Not Solved
Michael Wiegand, Marc Schulder and Josef Ruppenhofer
 Synthetic Text Generation for Sentiment Analysis
Umar Maqsud
 Detecting speculations, contrasts and conditionals in consumer reviews
Maria Skeppstedt, Teri Schamp-Bjerede, Magnus Sahlgren, Carita Paradis and Andreas Kerren
 Using Combined Lexical Resources to Identify Hashtag Types
Credell Simeon and Robert Hilderman
 Sentiment Classification via a Response Recalibration Framework
Phillip Smith and Mark Lee
19:20–19:30Closing discussion - "Where do we go from here?"