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Abstract

Business intelligence has traditionally focused on analysis and reporting of structured data extracted from enterprise on-line transaction processing systems. There is an increase in interest in recent years in combining traditional business intelligence with intelligence gleaned from new sources, including many new structured and unstructured data sources inside and outside of enterprises, such as social media data and signals generated by mobile devices.

Keywords

Sentiment Analysis Conditional Random Field Business Intelligence Unstructured Data Social Media Data 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Meichun Hsu
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  1. 1.HP LabsHewlett Packard Co.Palo AltoUSA

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