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Russia Izhevsk
Section Computer science
Title Logical analysis of emotions in text from natural language
Author(-s) Beltyukov A.P.a, Abbasi M.M.a
Affiliations Udmurt State Universitya
Abstract The study of emotional text analysis today is one of the most interesting and developing areas. The emotions presented in the text and their analysis are a special topic of our interest. In this article, we will explore the various modal judgments in logic, the emotional model and their connection with the analysis of emotions. We will offer interpretations of some simple modalities in connection with information technologies for analyzing emotions in texts. We will expand the logic of the possible worlds; our modalities will better explain and comprehend this logic of the perceived state of the environment. We are presenting the logical formulas for defining the most common modalities for analyzing emotions from text. Our work is a continuation of the work done on modalities with more flexibility and completeness. The paper discusses the logical properties of emotional modalities, the logic of emotional evaluations and the definition of various modalities for analyzing emotions. We propose six different definitions of modalities and use three theorems to prove our hypothesis. This methodology also sets the directions for future research on logical modalities for analyzing emotions from text.
Keywords text analysis, natural language processing, emotional modalities, emotion analysis
UDC 510.643
MSC 03B45
DOI 10.20537/vm190110
Received 15 February 2019
Language English
Citation Beltyukov A.P., Abbasi M.M. Logical analysis of emotions in text from natural language, Vestnik Udmurtskogo Universiteta. Matematika. Mekhanika. Komp'yuternye Nauki, 2019, vol. 29, issue 1, pp. 106-116.
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