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Re: Meeting next week

From: J. Fernando Sánchez <jfernando@dit.upm.es>
Date: Mon, 6 Jul 2015 13:48:18 +0200
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Dear all,

This is a kind reminder of our meeting tomorrow at 13.00 CEST.

Please, remember to add your contributions to the google doc throughout the


On Thu, Jun 25, 2015 at 4:35 PM, J. Fernando Sánchez <jfernando@dit.upm.es>

> Dear all,
> You can find the minutes of the meeting here:
> https://www.w3.org/community/sentiment/wiki/Meetings
> To those of you who joined: thank you. Feel free to add anything I might
> have missed and remove anything that should not be public.
> The summary is that we need a better review the state of the art for a
> comprehensive survey. We defined some action points, which we will check in
> our next meeting on *7th July, 13.00 CEST*.
> @Pavel, welcome to the community group!. I believe aspect-based sentiment
> analysis is an important use case for us, and it is also in our interest to
> have more quality datasets. A common LD model should improve the
> accessibility/interoperability of different datasets and ease the
> development of a common toolset.
> Regards,
> On Thu, Jun 25, 2015 at 2:01 PM, Pavel Velikhov <pavel.velikhov@gmail.com>
> wrote:
>> Hi, I was late for the call today, looked up CEST incorrectly. And at the
>> end of the call something happened to my Skype, seems like nobody could
>> hear me…
>> So I’m a bit in the dark about the next steps of the group.
>> My interest is quite simple and I think is shared by a number of
>> companies in the industry: we develop technologies for aspect-based
>> sentiment analysis, but both the training data available and benchmark
>> results need a lot more work to be useful. So that’s my main interest and
>> I’d be happy to share all the details of what I think we’re missing now.
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