Piotr Miłkowski

Piotr Miłkowski
Wroclaw University of Science and Technology | WUT

Master of Engineering

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Emotion lexicons are useful in research across various disciplines, but the availability of such resources remains limited for most languages. While existing emotion lexicons typically comprise words, it is a particular meaning of a word (rather than the word itself) that conveys emotion. To mitigate this issue, we present the Emotion Meanings data...
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Many tasks in natural language processing like offensive, toxic, or emotional text classification are subjective by nature. Humans tend to perceive textual content in their own individual way. Existing methods commonly rely on the agreed output values, the same for all consumers. Here, we propose personalized solutions to subjective tasks. Our four...
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Analysis of emotions elicited by opinions, comments, or articles commonly exploits annotated corpora, in which the labels assigned to documents average the views of all annotators, or represent a majority decision. The models trained on such data are effective at identifying the general views of the population. However, their usefulness for predict...
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This article presents MultiEmo, a new benchmark data set for the multilingual sentiment analysis task including 11 languages. The collection contains consumer reviews from four domains: medicine, hotels, products and university. The original reviews in Polish contained 8,216 documents consisting of 57,466 sentences. The reviews were manually annota...
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In this article, we present a novel technique for the use of language-agnostic sentence representations to adapt the model trained on texts in Polish (as a low-resource language) to recognize polarity in texts in other (high-resource) languages. The first model focuses on the creation of a language-agnostic representation of each sentence. The seco...
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In this article we present an extended version of PolEmo – a corpus of consumer reviews from 4 domains: medicine, hotels, products and school. Current version (PolEmo 2.0) contains 8,216 reviews having 57,466 sentences. Each text and sentence was manually annotated with sentiment in 2+1 scheme, which gives a total of 197,046 annotations. We obtaine...
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In this article, we present a novel multi-domain dataset of Polish text reviews, annotated with sentiment on different levels: sentences and the whole documents. The annotation was made by linguists in a 2+1 scheme (with inter-annotator agreement analysis). We present a preliminary approach to the classification of labelled data using logistic regr...
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In this article, we present a novel multidomain dataset of Polish text reviews. The data were annotated as part of a large study involving over 20,000 participants. A total of 7,000 texts were described with metadata, each text received about 25 annotations concerning polarity, arousal and eight basic emotions, marked on a multilevel scale. We pres...

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