Graph embedding approach to analyze sentiments on cryptocurrency

Ihab Moudhich, Abdelhadi Fennan


This paper presents a comprehensive exploration of graph embedding techniques for sentiment analysis. The objective of this study is to enhance the accuracy of sentiment analysis models by leveraging the rich contextual relationships between words in text data. We investigate the application of graph embedding in the context of sentiment analysis, focusing on it is effectiveness in capturing the semantic and syntactic information of text. By representing text as a graph and employing graph embedding techniques, we aim to extract meaningful insights and improve the performance of sentiment analysis models. To achieve our goal, we conduct a thorough comparison of graph embedding with traditional word embedding and simple embedding layers. Our experiments demonstrate that the graph embedding model outperforms these conventional models in terms of accuracy, highlighting it is potential for sentiment analysis tasks. Furthermore, we address two limitations of graph embedding techniques: handling out-of-vocabulary words and incorporating sentiment shift over time. The findings of this study emphasize the significance of graph embedding techniques in sentiment analysis, offering valuable insights into sentiment analysis within various domains. The results suggest that graph embedding can capture intricate relationships between words, enabling a more nuanced understanding of the sentiment expressed in text data.


Graph embedding; Machine learning; Natural language processing; Sentiment analysis; Word embedding; Word2vec;

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International Journal of Electrical and Computer Engineering (IJECE)
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