SANA: A Large Scale Multi-Genre, Multi-Dialect Lexicon for Arabic Subjectivity and Sentiment Analysis

The computational treatment of subjectivity and sentiment in natural language is usually significantly improved by applying features exploiting lexical resources where entries are tagged with semantic orientation (e.g., positive, negative values). In spite of the fair amount of work on Arabic sentiment analysis over the past few years (e.g., (Abbasi et al., 2008; Abdul-Mageed et al., 2014; Abdul-Mageed et al., 2012; Abdul-Mageed and Diab, 2012a; Abdul-Mageed and Diab, 2012b; Abdul-Mageed et al., 2011a; Abdul-Mageed and Diab, 2011)), the language remains under-resourced as to these polarity repositories compared to the English language... (read more)

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