Theresa A. Wilson
Theresa A. Wilson
Visiting Assistant Professor of Computer Science, Hanover College
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Recognizing contextual polarity in phrase-level sentiment analysis
T Wilson, J Wiebe, P Hoffmann
Proceedings of human language technology conference and conference on …, 2005
Annotating expressions of opinions and emotions in language
J Wiebe, T Wilson, C Cardie
Language resources and evaluation 39 (2-3), 165-210, 2005
Twitter sentiment analysis: The good the bad and the omg!
E Kouloumpis, T Wilson, J Moore
Fifth International AAAI conference on weblogs and social media, 2011
SemEval-2016 task 4: Sentiment analysis in Twitter
P Nakov, A Ritter, S Rosenthal, F Sebastiani, V Stoyanov
arXiv preprint arXiv:1912.01973, 2019
Learning subjective language
J Wiebe, T Wilson, R Bruce, M Bell, M Martin
Computational linguistics 30 (3), 277-308, 2004
Recognizing contextual polarity: An exploration of features for phrase-level sentiment analysis
T Wilson, J Wiebe, P Hoffmann
Computational linguistics 35 (3), 399-433, 2009
Learning subjective nouns using extraction pattern bootstrapping
E Riloff, J Wiebe, T Wilson
Proceedings of the seventh conference on Natural language learning at HLT …, 2003
Just how mad are you? Finding strong and weak opinion clauses
T Wilson, J Wiebe, R Hwa
aaai 4, 761-769, 2004
OpinionFinder: A system for subjectivity analysis
T Wilson, P Hoffmann, S Somasundaran, J Kessler, J Wiebe, Y Choi, ...
Proceedings of HLT/EMNLP 2005 Interactive Demonstrations, 34-35, 2005
Which side are you on? Identifying perspectives at the document and sentence levels
WH Lin, T Wilson, J Wiebe, AG Hauptmann
Proceedings of the Tenth Conference on Computational Natural Language …, 2006
Identifying collocations for recognizing opinions
J Wiebe, T Wilson, M Bell
Proceedings of the ACL-01 Workshop on Collocation: Computational Extraction …, 2001
Recognizing strong and weak opinion clauses
T Wilson, J Wiebe, R Hwa
Computational intelligence 22 (2), 73-99, 2006
Fine-grained subjectivity and sentiment analysis: recognizing the intensity, polarity, and attitudes of private states
TA Wilson
University of Pittsburgh, 2008
Combining Low-Level and Summary Representations of Opinions for Multi-Perspective Question Answering.
C Cardie, J Wiebe, T Wilson, DJ Litman
New directions in question answering, 20-27, 2003
Language identification for creating language-specific twitter collections
S Bergsma, P McNamee, M Bagdouri, C Fink, T Wilson
Proceedings of the second workshop on language in social media, 65-74, 2012
Annotating opinions in the world press
T Wilson, J Wiebe
Proceedings of the Fourth SIGdial Workshop of Discourse and Dialogue, 13-22, 2003
Recognizing and Organizing Opinions Expressed in the World Press.
J Wiebe, E Breck, C Buckley, C Cardie, P Davis, B Fraser, DJ Litman, ...
New directions in question answering, 12-19, 2003
A corpus study of evaluative and speculative language
J Wiebe, R Bruce, M Bell, M Martin, T Wilson
Proceedings of the Second SIGdial Workshop on Discourse and Dialogue, 2001
Exploring demographic language variations to improve multilingual sentiment analysis in social media
S Volkova, T Wilson, D Yarowsky
Proceedings of the 2013 Conference on Empirical Methods in Natural Language …, 2013
QA with Attitude: Exploiting Opinion Type Analysis for Improving Question Answering in On-line Discussions and the News.
S Somasundaran, T Wilson, J Wiebe, V Stoyanov
ICWSM, 2007
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