MoSa: A modeling and sentiment analysis system for mobile application big data
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- Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics), 2018, 11335 LNCS pp. 582 - 595
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© Springer Nature Switzerland AG 2018. A large amount of data about ending users are generated in the interaction over mobile applications, which becomes a valuable data source for sensing human behaviors and public sentiment trends on some topics. Existing works concentrate on traditional feedback data from web sites, which usually come from desktops instead of from mobile terminals. Few studies have been conducted on interactive data from mobile applications such as news aggregation and recommendation applications. In this paper, we propose a system that can model feedback behaviors of mobile users, and can analyze sentiment trends in mobile feedbacks. The testing data are authentic and are dumped from the most frequently used mobile application in China called Toutiao. We propose several analysis methods on sentiment of comments, and modeling algorithms on feedback behaviors. We build a system called MoSa and by using the system, we discover several implicit behavior models and hidden sentiment trends as follows: During news spreading stage, the number of comments grow linearly per month with slope of 3 in 3 months; The dynamics of replying comments are positively correlated with personal daily routines in 24 h; Replying comment behaviors are much more rare than clicking agreement behaviors in mobile applications; The standard deviation of sentiment values in comments are highly influenced by timing stages. Our system and modeling methods provide empirical results for guiding interaction design in mobile Internet, social networks, and blockchain-based crowdsourcing.
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