VENKATA RAJU KALLIPALLI, Dr. M. Sridhar, Dr. M. Sridhar, Dr. K. Vijayalakshmi, Dr. K. Vijayalakshmi


Sentiment Analysis(SA) persist to be a most significant research problem due to its immense applications, recognise the sentiment orientation of terms of sentiment which is the sentiment analysis fundamental task. Sentiment Analysis is a computational treatment of opinions and subjectivity of text focuses on either short/long range syntactic or semantic dependencies. Nowadays decision making is very much impacted by the products and services reviews of the products/item, these review data can be used to define trends over time. Sentimental analysis of Text data available in different forms of blogs, twitters, Facebook and Linked-in offers information to assess perspective of services of people’s, products that are of their interest, items information in which they are having interested in purchasing. Locating document carrying positive/negative favourability and the information gained by the sentimental analysis supports in improving the services and products and in turn in decision making to add an augmented edge over their competitors in the business, it can also be used in cycle with effectual visualisations to calculate and track emotions. In this paper we present a comprehensive review of model and recent trend of research used in implementation of sentimental analysis.


sentiment; semantic; analysis; trend;

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