Lillian Lee
Lillian Lee
Professor of Computer Science, Cornell University. Pls see my homepg for data+updates+slides+etc
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Opinion mining and sentiment analysis
B Pang, L Lee
Foundations and Trends in Information Retrieval 2 (1-2), 1-135, 2008
Thumbs up?: sentiment classification using machine learning techniques
B Pang, L Lee, S Vaithyanathan
Proceedings of EMNLP, 79-86, 2002
A sentimental education: Sentiment analysis using subjectivity summarization based on minimum cuts
B Pang, L Lee
Proceedings of the ACL, 271--278, 2004
Seeing stars: Exploiting class relationships for sentiment categorization with respect to rating scales
B Pang, L Lee
Proceedings of the ACL, 115-124, 2005
Distributional clustering of English words
F Pereira, N Tishby, L Lee
Proceedings of the ACL, 183-190, 1993
Get out the vote: Determining support or opposition from Congressional floor-debate transcripts
M Thomas, B Pang, L Lee
Proceedings of EMNLP, 327-335, 2006
Measures of distributional similarity
L Lee
Proceedings of the ACL, 25-32, 1999
Learning to paraphrase: An unsupervised approach using multiple-sequence alignment
R Barzilay, L Lee
Proceedings of HLT/NAACL, 16-23, 2003
Similarity-based models of word cooccurrence probabilities
I Dagan, L Lee, FCN Pereira
Machine Learning 34 (1-3), 43-69, 1999
User-level sentiment analysis incorporating social networks
C Tan, L Lee, J Tang, L Jiang, M Zhou, P Li
Proceedings of KDD, 1397--1405, 2011
Chameleons in imagined conversations: A new approach to understanding coordination of linguistic style in dialogs
C Danescu-Niculescu-Mizil, L Lee
ACL workshop on Cognitive modeling in computational linguistics, 76-87, 2011
Catching the drift: Probabilistic content models, with applications to generation and summarization
R Barzilay, L Lee
HLT-NAACL, 113-120, 2004
Echoes of power: Language effects and power differences in social interaction
C Danescu-Niculescu-Mizil, L Lee, B Pang, J Kleinberg
Proceedings of WWW, 699-708, 2012
Winning Arguments: Interaction Dynamics and Persuasion Strategies in Good-faith Online Discussions
C Tan, V Niculae, C Danescu-Niculescu-Mizil, L Lee
Proceedings of WWW, 613--624, 2016
How opinions are received by online communities: a case study on helpfulness votes
C Danescu-Niculescu-Mizil, G Kossinets, J Kleinberg, L Lee
Proceedings of WWW, 141-150, 2009
Similarity-based methods for word sense disambiguation
I Dagan, L Lee, F Pereira
Proceedings of the ACL, 56-63, 1997
PageRank without hyperlinks: Structural reranking using links induced by language models
O Kurland, L Lee
ACM Transactions on Information Systems (TOIS) 28 (4), 18:1--18:38, 2010
The effect of wording on message propagation: Topic-and author-controlled natural experiments on Twitter
C Tan, L Lee, B Pang
Proceedings of the ACL, 175--185, 2014
On the effectiveness of the skew divergence for statistical language analysis.
L Lee
Proceedings of AISTATS, 65--72, 2001
Corpus structure, language models, and ad hoc information retrieval
O Kurland, L Lee
Proceedings of SIGIR, 194-201, 2004
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