Browsing Author : Elias Kempkens

Automated analysis of product features in online reviews – Part 1

Automated analysis of product features in online reviews – Part 1

Large providers such as Amazon and Google often use online reviews in text form. In these, users can express their opinion or experience of a product or service. There are now many such reviews and the structure of a review is entirely up to the user. In my bachelor thesis, I took a closer look at a subarea of this research, the Aspect Based Sentiment Analysis. Read more about this in my blog...

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Data Grooming for Machine Translation

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Preparing training data for Machine Translation (MT) by using data grooming can seem like a mammoth task. And there is some truth to this. In practice, the huge variety of “contaminations” in training data plus high training data volumes can pose real challenges. This blog discusses why grooming is still a worthwhile investment and how automation can help save a lot of time and effort.
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