This paper introduces an innovative computational intelligence framework for efficiently predicting customer review ratings. The framework has been designed to deal with the dimensionality and noise which is typically apparent in large datasets containing customer reviews. The proposed framework integrates the techniques of Singular Value Decomposition (SVD) and dimensionality reduction, Fuzzy C Means (FCM) and the Adaptive Neuro Fuzzy Inference System (ANFIS).
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In the morning, The Jinn is gone, and Salim finds the fiery man’s clothes and taxi license in the room. Putting them on, he smiles as he walks to the cab in the New York sunlight. The Jinn kept reminding Salim that his kind do not grant wishes, but for Salim, a new start as just another Middle Eastern cabbie (which also serves as a jab at how people of minorities look the same to most Americans) lets him disappear into the crowd, and is probably just what he needed..
“Despite racially abusing my son, he is a free man now, which shows the sections evoked against him were not serious in nature,” he said. The proposed Section 153C makes imputations and assertions prejudicial to human dignity and makes words, both spoken and written, or signs attempting to discriminate against individuals on the basis of race, or indulging in activity intended to use criminal force or violence against a particular race, a non bailable offence punishable with imprisonment up to five years with fine. While the proposed Section 509A seeks to make any word, gesture or act intended to insult a member of a particular race with imprisonment that may extend to three years with fine.
When mayoral candidate Pat Dando listed herself as Patricia Dando on her ballot statement, political strategists immediately knew what she was up to: Dando wanted everyone to know who’s wearing the skirts in this race. But what’s up with the Dando campaign’s insistence on calling her opponent Ronald Gonzales instead of Ron? Dando’s campaign brochures and her first television ad make repeated references to Ronald. “It’s his name,” explains Dando’s campaign buddy Erik Schoennauer, “just like Patricia is her name.” Somehow, that explanation sounds too simple and innocuous for such a calculated political campaign.