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sen·ti·ment

(sen'ti-ment),
1. Feeling or emotion in relation to one idea.
2. A complex disposition or organization of a person with reference to a given object (a person, thing, or abstract idea) that makes the object what it is for him or her.
[L. sentio, to feel]

sentiment

(sĕn′tĭ-mĕnt) [L. sentio, to feel]
1. Feeling, sensibility; any emotional attitude toward objects or subjects.
2. Tenderness.
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Naive Bayes method for sentiment classification and the sequential rule is found using support and confidence measures.
This section presents the survey on various methods for sentiment analysis and sentiment classification
The phrase sentiment analysis first appeared in Nasukawa and Yi.
Research on sentiment and opinion mining started in early 2000'sHuettner and Subasic (2001)Turney (2002).
Document Level sentiment analysis classifies the entire document into either positive or negative Pang et al.
Different approaches or methods such as supervised learning, unsupervised learning and semi-supervised learning can be used for sentiment classification
Since this method is fast and accurate, many researchers use supervised learning method for sentiment analysis.
There are many sentiment analysis works based on unsupervised methods.
That's not a sentiment likely to show up on any Mother's Day card.
Health care remained the most favored sector, with net bullish sentiment at 47%.
Managers continue to be bearish toward bonds, although sentiment is improving compared to the second quarter.
Net bullish sentiment is determined by the percent bullish minus the percent bearish.