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In this paper, we study domain adaptationwith a state-of-the-art hierarchicalneural network for document-level sentimentclassification. We first design a newauxiliary task based on sentiment scoresof domain-independent words. We thenpropose two neural network architecturesto respectively induce document embeddingsand sentence embeddings that workwell for different domains. When thesedocument and sentence embeddings areused for sentiment classification, we findthat with both pseudo and external sentimentlexicons, our proposed methods canperform similarly to or better than severalhighly competitive domain adaptationmethods on a benchmark dataset of productreviews.
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Proceedings of the 8thth International Joint Conference on Natural Language Processing, Taipei, Taiwan, 2017 November 27 - December 1
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YU, Jianfei and JIANG, Jing.
Leveraging auxiliary tasks for document-level cross-domain sentiment classification. (2017). Proceedings of the 8thth International Joint Conference on Natural Language Processing, Taipei, Taiwan, 2017 November 27 - December 1. 654-663. Research Collection School Of Information Systems.
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