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  Evaluating Opinion Strength Using Rule-Based and Fuzzy Measure Approach  
  Authors : Chandranshu Dalvi; Ajay Phulre
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Recently opinion Analysis gives extensive contribution of Natural Language Processing (NLP) which promises with the computational measures of opinion, subjectivity and objectivity in the given sentimental text. Opinion analysis is the mechanism of extracting meaningful knowledge from the people’s review opinions, appraisals and emotions toward specific entities, events and their respective attributes. Many times these opinions drastically make impact on consumers to choose their products and entities. Some users watch movies according to rating given by bunch of peoples. Thus, it is desired to develop an efficient and effective sentiment analysis system for product buyer and for movie reviewers based on bunch of people comments regarding that particular product or movie. Here we consider the positive, negative, neutral sentences along with some special sentences in which negations words occur or a sentence containing not only but also like structural composition in the sentences which change the meaning of total sentence. We found SentiWordNet dictionary to assigns sentiment scores to each sentiment word found in comments. Sentiment words are assigned three sentiment scores: Positivity, Negativity and Objectivity with a word which lies in between the range 0 to 1. The final opinion review prediction uses Rule-Based and Fuzzy measures approach and gives the final output.


Published In : IJCSN Journal Volume 4, Issue 5

Date of Publication : October 2015

Pages : 810 - 816

Figures :05

Tables : 04

Publication Link : Evaluating Opinion Strength Using Rule-Based and Fuzzy Measure Approach




Chandranshu Dalvi : Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Shri Balaji Institute of Technology and Management Betul, MP, India

Ajay Phulre : Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Shri Balaji Institute of Technology and Management Betul, MP, India








SentiWordNet dictionary

Sentiment Analysis System

Natural Language Processing

Fuzzy measures

Web Opinion Minining

Implementation of SA based system provides major benefits to improve current market strategies so that maximum benefits can be achieved by applying proper and market suitable strategies. The major opinions sources regarding film or any product are Web, Social Networking web-sites for instance Orkut, Facebook and Twitter and other many web services from where subject related information can be gathered. There are various challenge, more companies and researchers are working in this area until one day it would be easy for users and companies to minimally obtain complete and wealthy summarized fact about the opinions from the web in order to uphold them in the decision making process in their daily life. Our work gives idea regarding how document based sentiment analysis implementation can be done by applying rule based and fuzzy system to create decision making system .










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