Search Results for author: Hussam Hamdan

Found 13 papers, 0 papers with code

Graph Centrality Measures for Boosting Popularity-Based Entity Linking

no code implementations30 Nov 2017 Hussam Hamdan, Jean-Gabriel Ganascia

Many Entity Linking systems use collective graph-based methods to disambiguate the entity mentions within a document.

Entity Linking graph construction +1

Supervised Term Weighting Metrics for Sentiment Analysis in Short Text

no code implementations10 Oct 2016 Hussam Hamdan, Patrice Bellot, Frederic Bechet

While previous studies have focused on proposing or comparing different weighting metrics at two-classes document level sentiment analysis, this study propose to analyse the results given by each metric in order to find out the characteristics of good and bad weighting metrics.

Document-level General Classification +3

Correlation-Based Method for Sentiment Classification

no code implementations10 Oct 2016 Hussam Hamdan

And then a classifier based on each metric is proposed, evaluated and compared to the classic classification algorithms which have proved their performance in many studies.

Classification General Classification +1

Sentiment Analysis in Scholarly Book Reviews

no code implementations4 Mar 2016 Hussam Hamdan, Patrice Bellot, Frederic Bechet

So far different studies have tackled the sentiment analysis in several domains such as restaurant and movie reviews.

Sentiment Analysis

A Collection of Scholarly Book Reviews from the Platforms of electronic sources in Humanities and Social Sciences

no code implementations LREC 2014 Chahinez Benkoussas, Hussam Hamdan, Patrice Bellot, Fr{\'e}d{\'e}ric B{\'e}chet, Elodie Faath

In this paper, we present our contribution for the automatic construction of the Scholarly Book Reviews corpora from two different sources, the OpenEdition platform which is dedicated to electronic resources in the humanities and social sciences, and the Web.

Collaborative Filtering Genre classification +1

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