Attention-based multimodal fusion for sentiment analysis
Branch: master
Clone or download
Latest commit 5f907ef Jan 12, 2019

README.md

Attention-based multimodal fusion for sentiment analysis

Attention-based multimodal fusion for sentiment analysis

Code for the paper

Context-Dependent Sentiment Analysis in User-Generated Videos (ACL 2017).

Multi-level Multiple Attentions for Contextual Multimodal Sentiment Analysis(ICDM 2017).

Alt text

Preprocessing

Edit: the create_data.py is obsolete. The pre-processed datasets have already been provided in the dataset/ folder in the repo. Use them directly.

As data is typically present in utterance format, we combine all the utterances belonging to a video using the following code

python create_data.py

Note: This will create speaker independent train and test splits In dataset/mosei, extract the zip into a folder named 'raw'. Also, extract 'unimodal_mosei_3way.pickle.zip'

Running the model

Sample command:

With attention-based fusion:

python run.py --unimodal True --fusion True
python run.py --unimodal False --fusion True

Without attention-based and with concatenation-based fusion:

python run.py --unimodal True --fusion False
python run.py --unimodal False --fusion False

Utterance level attention:

python run.py --unimodal False --fusion True --attention_2 True
python run.py --unimodal False --fusion True --attention_2 True

Note:

  1. Keeping the unimodal flag as True (default False) shall train all unimodal lstms first (level 1 of the network mentioned in the paper)
  2. Setting --fusion True applies only to multimodal network.

Datasets:

We provide results on the MOSI, MOSEI and IEMOCAP datasets.
Please cite the creators.

We are adding more datasets, stay tuned.

Use --data [mosi|mosei|iemocap] and --classes [2|3|6] in the above commands to test different configurations on different datasets.

mosi: 2 classes
mosei: 3 classes
iemocap: 6 classes

Example:

python run.py --unimodal False --fusion True --attention_2 True --data mosei --classes 3

Dataset details

MOSI:

2 classes: Positive/Negative
Raw Features: (Pickle files)
Audio: dataset/mosi/raw/audio_2way.pickle
Text: dataset/mosi/raw/text_2way.pickle
Video: dataset/mosi/raw/video_2way.pickle

Each file contains:
train_data, train_label, test_data, test_label, maxlen, train_length, test_length

train_data - np.array of dim (62, 63, feature_dim)
train_label - np.array of dim (62, 63, 2)
test_data - np.array of dim (31, 63, feature_dim)
test_label - np.array of dim (31, 63, 2)
maxlen - max utterance length int of value 63
train_length - utterance length of each video in train data.
test_length - utterance length of each video in test data.

Train/Test split: 62/31 videos. Each video has utterances. The videos are padded to 63 utterances.

IEMOCAP:

6 classes: happy/sad/neutral/angry/excited/frustrated
Raw Features: dataset/iemocap/raw/IEMOCAP_features_raw.pkl (Pickle files)
The file contains:
videoIDs[vid] = List of utterance IDs in this video in the order of occurance
videoSpeakers[vid] = List of speaker turns. e.g. [M, M, F, M, F]. here M = Male, F = Female
videoText[vid] = List of textual features for each utterance in video vid.
videoAudio[vid] = List of audio features for each utterance in video vid.
videoVisual[vid] = List of visual features for each utterance in video vid.
videoLabels[vid] = List of label indices for each utterance in video vid.
videoSentence[vid] = List of sentences for each utterance in video vid.
trainVid = List of videos (videos IDs) in train set.
testVid = List of videos (videos IDs) in test set.

Refer to the file dataset/iemocap/raw/loadIEMOCAP.py for more information. We use this data to create a speaker independent train and test splits in the format. (videos x utterances x features)

Train/Test split: 120/31 videos. Each video has utterances. The videos are padded to 110 utterances.

MOSEI:

3 classes: happy/sad/neutral/angry/excited/frustrated
Raw Features: (Pickle files)
Audio: dataset/mosei/raw/audio_3way.pickle
Text: dataset/mosei/raw/text_3way.pickle
Video: dataset/mosei/raw/video_3way.pickle

The file contains: train_data, train_label, test_data, test_label, maxlen, train_length, test_length

train_data - np.array of dim (2250, 98, feature_dim)
train_label - np.array of dim (62, 63, 2)
test_data - np.array of dim (31, 63, feature_dim)
test_label - np.array of dim (31, 63, 2)
maxlen - max utterance length int of value 98
train_length - utterance length of each video in train data.
test_length - utterance length of each video in test data.

Train/Test split: 2250/678 videos. Each video has utterances. The videos are padded to 98 utterances.

Citation

If using this code, please cite our work using :

@inproceedings{soujanyaacl17,
  title={Context-dependent sentiment analysis in user-generated videos},
  author={Poria, Soujanya  and Cambria, Erik and Hazarika, Devamanyu and Mazumder, Navonil and Zadeh, Amir and Morency, Louis-Philippe},
  booktitle={Association for Computational Linguistics},
  year={2017}
}

@inproceedings{poriaicdm17, 
author={S. Poria and E. Cambria and D. Hazarika and N. Mazumder and A. Zadeh and L. P. Morency}, 
booktitle={2017 IEEE International Conference on Data Mining (ICDM)}, 
title={Multi-level Multiple Attentions for Contextual Multimodal Sentiment Analysis}, 
year={2017},  
pages={1033-1038}, 
keywords={data mining;feature extraction;image classification;image fusion;learning (artificial intelligence);sentiment analysis;attention-based networks;context learning;contextual information;contextual multimodal sentiment;dynamic feature fusion;multilevel multiple attentions;multimodal sentiment analysis;recurrent model;utterances;videos;Context modeling;Feature extraction;Fuses;Sentiment analysis;Social network services;Videos;Visualization}, 
doi={10.1109/ICDM.2017.134}, 
month={Nov},}

Credits

Soujanya Poria

Gangeshwar Krishnamurthy (gangeshwark@gmail.com; Github: @gangeshwark)