Author : Roshna Sanjana Kommareddy 1
Date of Publication :13th August 2021
Abstract: Analysis of the sentiments is one of the most important NLP jobs. It is frequently called as opinion mining. (Processing of natural language). In recent years, stimulus analysis has attracted considerable interest. The aim of this study is to solve one of the most basic challenges in sentiment analysis: categorising sentiment polarity. The authors offer a general method for categorising sentiment polarity, as well as detailed process descriptions. Data from online product reviews on Amazon.com was collected for this study. Experiments in the classification of sentences and the classification of reviews produced encouraging results. Finally, we provide some insight into our future attempts to analyse our feelings.
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