Leveraging Sparse and Dense Feature Combinations for Sentiment Classification

13 Aug 2017  ·  Tao Yu, Christopher Hidey, Owen Rambow, Kathleen McKeown ·

Neural networks are one of the most popular approaches for many natural language processing tasks such as sentiment analysis. They often outperform traditional machine learning models and achieve the state-of-art results on most tasks. However, many existing deep learning models are complex, difficult to train and provide a limited improvement over simpler methods. We propose a simple, robust and powerful model for sentiment classification. This model outperforms many deep learning models and achieves comparable results to other deep learning models with complex architectures on sentiment analysis datasets. We publish the code online.

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