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The Representation of Motion Events
The thesis at hand approaches the conceptualization of motion events from a theoretical point of view as well as on the basis of a corpus study and two experimental designs. The research focuses on the investigation of different factors determining the conceptualization and verbalization of motion events by examining both cognitive variables and grammatical factors.
Conputational Linguistic Approach to Implicit Sentiment Analysis: Politeness and Sentiment Interaction
Sentiment analysis is a hot topic in many research fields such as linguistics, computer science and marketing. With the development of technology, machines can reach very high performance on explicit sentiment analysis both sentence-level and aspect-level. The role of computational linguists has also changed from handcrafting scoring rules to guide training data annotation as the algorithms are developed from rule-based scoring to deep learning models that can extract language features themselves. Moreover, research ...