Sarcasm detection using machine learning algorithms in Twitter: A systematic review

Recognizing both literal and figurative meanings is crucial to understanding users' opinions on various topics or events in social media.

Corresponding author:

Samer Muthana Sarsam, School of Communication, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Penang 11800, Malaysia. Email: samersarsam@usm.my

Introduction

Microblogging platforms are the main mediums for a person to express his or her views, thoughts, and opinions on various topics and events. Sarcasm is a sophisticated form of irony that is commonly found in social networks and microblogging websites,

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