2018

Pdf Export Search Multimodal Emoji Prediction
[N18-2107]: Francesco Barbieri | Miguel Ballesteros | Francesco Ronzano | Horacio Saggion

Pdf Export Search SemEval 2018 Task 2: Multilingual Emoji Prediction
[S18-1003]: Francesco Barbieri | Jose Camacho-Collados | Francesco Ronzano | Luis Espinosa Anke | Miguel Ballesteros | Valerio Basile | Viviana Patti | Horacio Saggion

Pdf Export Search How Gender and Skin Tone Modifiers Affect Emoji Semantics in Twitter
[S18-2011]: Francesco Barbieri | Jose Camacho-Collados

Pdf Export Search Interpretable Emoji Prediction via Label-Wise Attention LSTMs
[D18-1508]: Francesco Barbieri | Luis Espinosa Anke | Jose Camacho-Collados | Steven Schockaert | Horacio Saggion

2017

Pdf Export Search Are Emojis Predictable?
[E17-2017]: Francesco Barbieri | Miguel Ballesteros | Horacio Saggion

Pdf Export Search Towards the Understanding of Gaming Audiences by Modeling Twitch Emotes
[W17-4402]: Francesco Barbieri | Luis Espinosa Anke | Miguel Ballesteros | Juan Soler | Horacio Saggion

2015

Pdf Export Search How Topic Biases Your Results? A Case Study of Sentiment Analysis and Irony Detection in Italian
[R15-1006]: Francesco Barbieri | Francesco Ronzano | Horacio Saggion

Pdf Export Search UPF-taln: SemEval 2015 Tasks 10 and 11. Sentiment Analysis of Literal and Figurative Language in Twitter
[S15-2119]: Francesco Barbieri | Francesco Ronzano | Horacio Saggion

2014

Pdf Export Search Modelling Irony in Twitter
[E14-3007]: Francesco Barbieri | Horacio Saggion

Pdf Export Search Modelling Irony in Twitter: Feature Analysis and Evaluation
[L14-1223]: Francesco Barbieri | Horacio Saggion

Pdf Export Search Modelling Sarcasm in Twitter, a Novel Approach
[W14-2609]: Francesco Barbieri | Horacio Saggion | Francesco Ronzano