Sentiment Analysis about Smart Phones Using Twitter Corpus by Deep Learning ApproachAuthor : R. Pavithra and A. R. Mohamed Shanavas
Volume 8 No.2 Special Issue:March 2019 pp 39-45
Micro blogging websites are nothing but social media website to which user makes quick and frequent posts. Twitter is one of the well-known micro blog sites which offer the space for person which can read and put up messages that are 148 characters in duration. Twitter messages also are referred to as Tweets. And will use these tweets as raw facts. Then use a way that automatically extracts tweets into advantageous, bad or neutral sentiments. By the usage of the sentiment evaluation the consumer can recognize the feedback about the product or services before make a purchase. The organization can use sentiment evaluation to know the opinion of clients about their products, so can examine customer pleasure and in line with that they could improve their product. Now-a-days social networking sites are at the growth, so massive amount of data is generated. Millions of human beings are sharing their views each day on micro blogging sites, since it includes short and simple expressions. In this thesis, able to discuss approximately a paradigm to extract the sentiment from a famous micro running a blog carrier, Twitter, wherein customers submit their opinions for the whole thing. And can use the deep mastering algorithm to categories the twitters which incorporates Convolutional Neural Networks. The experimental end result is presented to demonstrate the use and effectiveness of the proposed system.
Social Networking, Micro Blogging, Deep Learning, Sentiment Analysis, Convolutional Neural Network
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