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A Comprehensive study: - Sarcasm detection in sentimental analysis

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Sarcasm detection is one of the active research area in sentimental analysis. However this paper talks about one of the recent issue in sentimental analysis that us sarcasm detection. In our work, we have described different techniques used in sarcasm detection that helps a novice researcher in efficient way. This paper represent different methodologies of carrying out research in this field.
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  • Indira Gandhi Delhi Technical University for Women, Kashmere Gate, New Delhi - 6, India
  • Indira Gandhi Delhi Technical University for Women, Kashmere Gate, New Delhi - 6, India
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