Interactions between online users are growing more and more in recent years, due to the latest developments of the web. People share online comments, opinions, and reviews about many topics. Aspect extraction is the automatic process of understanding the topic (the aspect) of such comments, which has obtained huge interest from commercial and academic points of view. For instance, reviews available in webshops (like eBay, Amazon, Aliexpress, etc.) can help the customers in purchasing products and automatic analysis of reviews would be useful, as sometimes it is almost impossible to read all the available ones. In recent years, aspect extraction in the Bangla language has been regarded more and more as a task of growing importance. In the previous literature, a few methods have been introduced to classify Bangla texts according to the aspect they were focused on. This kind of research is limited mainly due to the lack of publicly available datasets for aspect extraction in the Bangla language. We take into account the only two publicly available datasets, recently published, collected for the task of aspect extraction in the Bangla language. Then, we introduce several classification methods based on stacked auto-encoders, as far as we know never exploited in the task of aspect extraction in Bangla, and we achieve better aspect classification performance with respect to the state-of-the-art: The experiments show an average improvement of 0.17, 0.31 and 0.30 (across the two datasets), respectively in precision, recall and F1-score, reported in the state-of-the-art works that tackled the problem.

Aspect extraction from bangla reviews through stacked auto-encoders / M. Bodini. - In: DATA. - ISSN 2306-5729. - 4:3(2019 Aug 09), pp. 121.1-121.20. [10.3390/data4030121]

Aspect extraction from bangla reviews through stacked auto-encoders

M. Bodini
2019

Abstract

Interactions between online users are growing more and more in recent years, due to the latest developments of the web. People share online comments, opinions, and reviews about many topics. Aspect extraction is the automatic process of understanding the topic (the aspect) of such comments, which has obtained huge interest from commercial and academic points of view. For instance, reviews available in webshops (like eBay, Amazon, Aliexpress, etc.) can help the customers in purchasing products and automatic analysis of reviews would be useful, as sometimes it is almost impossible to read all the available ones. In recent years, aspect extraction in the Bangla language has been regarded more and more as a task of growing importance. In the previous literature, a few methods have been introduced to classify Bangla texts according to the aspect they were focused on. This kind of research is limited mainly due to the lack of publicly available datasets for aspect extraction in the Bangla language. We take into account the only two publicly available datasets, recently published, collected for the task of aspect extraction in the Bangla language. Then, we introduce several classification methods based on stacked auto-encoders, as far as we know never exploited in the task of aspect extraction in Bangla, and we achieve better aspect classification performance with respect to the state-of-the-art: The experiments show an average improvement of 0.17, 0.31 and 0.30 (across the two datasets), respectively in precision, recall and F1-score, reported in the state-of-the-art works that tackled the problem.
aspect extraction; aspect-based sentiment analysis; auto-encoder; Bangla language; text classification
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