[Elsnet-list] CFP Workshop on Intelligent Approaches applied to Sentiment Mining and Emotion Analyis - Brazil
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CALL FOR PAPERS
Workshop on Intelligent Approaches applied to Sentiment Mining and Emotion
Curitiba, Paraná, Brazil, 21 October 2012.
In conjunction with: The XXI Brazilian Symposium on Artificial Intelligence
It is a pleasure to announce the call for papers to the first Workshop on
Intelligent Approaches applied to Sentiment Mining and Emotion Analysis
(WISMEA). The workshop will be held together with the SBIA 2012, which is
the leading conference in Brazil for presentation of research and
applications in Artificial Intelligence. The conference will be held in
Curitiba, Paraná, 20-25 October 2012.
Sentiment detection from texts has witnessed a booming interest in recent
years. More than ever before, people are sharing their knowledge, experience
and thoughts with entire world, through blogs, wikis, forum, chats and
social networks. The automatic detection of sentiment (opinion) and
emotions in texts is important for a variety of applications such as
e-commerce, e-learning environments, or entertainment games. This workshop
will provide a forum for discussion between researchers involved in
processing and extracting of opinion mining, sentiment and emotions
analysis, for many languages.
Researchers are encouraged to submit papers focused on techniques in fields
from AI and natural language processing applied to extracting of opinions,
sentiments and emotions. Besides methodologies and techniques for opinion
mining, sentiment and emotions analysis, we also encourage the submission of
papers that experiment with and describe applicative contexts in which
analysis and detection of affective aspects are useful and beneficial.
Transfer of data sets or other resources from one language to another or
building resources for various languages is also of interest.
We would like to invite researchers to submit their original and
unpublished work to the workshop. Demos of working or under development
systems are encouraged.
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
- extraction opinion and sentiment analysis from the Web using AI
- AI techniques of opinion mining;
- novel approaches for sentiment and opinion mining ;
- machine learning applied to opinion mining, sentiment and emotions
- emotion analysis in sentences and documents;
- multi-lingual opinion mining and sentiment analysis;
- classification of texts by emotion and mood;
- emotion processing across different languages;
- the analysis of sentiment and opinion that contains emotional aspects;
- emotion analysis in automatic speech transcripts;
- applications in which affective aspects are beneficial;
- other aspects of the AI treatment of emotions and affect in Wed data;
- applications of sentiment analysis and opinion mining;
- sociolinguistic aspects of classification.
Deadline for Paper Submission: June 21, 2012.
Accepted paper notification: July 28, 2012.
Camera-ready paper uploading: August 11, 2012.
Authors are invited to submit full papers on original, unpublished work in
the topic area of this workshop.
All submitted papers will be reviewed by at least two experts in the field.
The workshop proceedings will be published in a CD-ROM.
Papers should be written in English, with at most 12 pages, and submitted in
PDF format, following the Springer LNCS style (see
The PDF files must be submitted electronically at:
Ahmed Esmin (University Federal of Lavras, Brazil / Visiting Researcher at
University of Ottawa, Canada)
Diana Inkpen (University of Ottawa, Canada)
Stan Matwin (University of Ottawa, Canada)
Alena Neviarouskaya (Toyohashi University of Technology, Japan)
Alexander Osherenko (Socioware Development, Germany)
Amitava Das (NTNU,Trondheim, Norway)
Chung-Wei Hang (North Carolina State University, USA)
Denilson Alves Pereira (University of Lavras, Brazil)
Dipankar Das (Jadavpur University, India )
Erik Cambria, National University of Singapore (Singapore)
Fazel Keshtkar (University of Memphis, USA)
Giuseppe Di Fabbrizio (AT&T Labs NJ, USA)
Marluce Pereira (University of Lavras, Brazil)
Mathieu Roche (LIRMM UMR - Université Montpellier , France )
Saif Mohammad (National Research Council, Canada)
Xibin Gao (North Carolina State University, USA)
Yongzheng Zhang (Senior Research Scientist, eBay Research Labs, USA)
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