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Semantic Analysis Techniques using Twitter Datasets on Big Data: Comparative Analysis Study
  • Belal Abdullah Hezam Murshed1,∗, Hasib Daowd Esmail Al-ariki2,†, Suresha Mallappa3,‡
1,3 University of Mysore, Department of Studies in Computer Science, Mysore, Karnataka, India
2 Sana’a Community College,Department of Computer Networks Engineering and Technologies, Sana’a, Yemen
† hasibalariki@gmail.com
‡ sureshasuvi@gmail.com
* Corresponding Author: Belal Abdullah Hezam Murshed,
This paper conducts a comprehensive review of various word and sentence semantic similarity techniques proposed in the literature. Corpus-based, Knowledge-based, and Feature-based are categorized under word semantic similarity techniques. String and set-based, Word Order-based Similarity, POSbased, Syntactic dependency-based are categorized as sentence semantic similarity techniques. Using these techniques, we propose a model for computing the overall accuracy of the twitter dataset. The proposed model has been tested on the following four measures: Atish’s measure, Li’s measure, Mihalcea’s measure with path similarity, and Mihalcea’s measure with Wu and Palmer’s (WuP) similarity. Finally, we evaluate the proposed method on three real-world twitter datasets. The proposed model based on Atish’s measure seems to offer good results in all datasets when compared with the proposed model based on other sentence similarity measures.
Sentence Semantic Similarity, Word Semantic Similarity, Natural Language Processing, Twitter, Big Data.
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B. Abdullah, H. Daowd and S. Mallappa, "Semantic analysis techniques using twitter datasets on big data: comparative analysis study," Computer Systems Science and Engineering, vol. 35, no.6, pp. 495–512, 2020.
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