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Sentiment analysis of the #MeToo movement using neutrosophy: Application of single-valued neutrosophic sets
, , N. Mathur, M. Bisht, F. Smarandache
Published in Elsevier
Pages: 117 - 135
Single-valued neutrosophic sets (SVNSs) have been used in scientific problems but not in sociological analysis. This chapter provides a modern-day real-world application of Neutrosophy in sentiment analysis of the #MeToo movement. Sentiment analysis categorizes people's opinions as positive or negative, and the neutral part is generally ignored even in fuzzy sentiment analysis. To capture the prevailing indeterminate feelings, Neutrosophy is used. Over 400,000 tweets of the #MeToo movement were separately represented with positive, indeterminate, negative memberships as an SVNS, which gives an accurate evaluation of the tweets. Clustering of these tuples into three major clusters using a K-means algorithm displays indeterminate as the largest cluster. To increase the accuracy in predicting the indeterminate polarity, the data was further classified into eight classes. Training data was used to model k-nearest neighbor and support vector machine classifiers. A comparative analysis between the classifiers was done. © 2020 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.
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JournalData powered by TypesetOptimization Theory Based on Neutrosophic and Plithogenic Sets
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