Document Type : Original Research Paper
Authors
- Ali Hosseinalipour ^{1}
- Farhad Soleimanian Gharehchopogh ^{} ^{1}
- mohammad masdari ^{2}
- ALi Khademi ^{3}
^{1} Department of Computer Engineering, Urmia Branch, Islamic Azad University, Urmia, IRAN
^{2} Department of Computer Engineering, Urmia Branch, Islamic Azad University, Urmia, Iran.
^{3} Department of Psychology Science, Urmia Branch, Islamic Azad University, Urmia, IRAN.
Abstract
In recent years, social networks' growth has led to an increase in these networks' content. Therefore, text mining methods became important. As part of text mining, Sentiment analysis means finding the author's perspective on a particular topic. Social networks allow users to express their opinions and use others' opinions in other people's opinions to make decisions. Since the comments are in the form of text and reading them is time-consuming. Therefore, it is essential to provide methods that can provide us with this knowledge usefully.
Black Widow Optimization (BWO) is inspired by black widow spiders' unique mating behavior. This method involves an exclusive stage, namely, cannibalism. For this reason, at this stage, species with an inappropriate evaluation function are removed from the circle, thus leading to premature convergence.
In this paper, we first introduced the BWO algorithm into a binary algorithm to solving discrete problems. Then, to reach the optimal answer quickly, we base its inputs on the opposition. Finally, to use the algorithm in the property selection problem, which is a multi-objective problem, we convert the algorithm into a multi-objective algorithm. The 23 well-known functions were evaluated to evaluate the performance of the proposed method, and good results were obtained. Also, in evaluating the practical example, the proposed method was applied to several emotion datasets, and the results indicate that the proposed method works very well in the psychology of texts.
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