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MAY 14, 2013
Verb meaning, restructuring, and the grammar of complement control. Read more
MAY 10, 2013
Exploring methods from other fields: A case study in how Educational Data Mining (EDM) has achieved population validity in the detection of student affect. Read more
MAY 9, 2013
Learning to Generate Understandable Animations of American Sign Language
Knowledge Extraction and Taxonomization from the Web Read more
MAY 7, 2013
Theory of Mind and Embedding of
Perspective: A Psychological Test of a Literary "Sweet Spot" (joint work with Lisa Zunshine & Michael Holquist) Read more
MAY 3, 2013
Optimal Beam Search for Machine Translation Read more
the 4th of a 5-seminar event for spring 2013 Read more
MAY 1, 2013
Broad Data: Technology Challenges on the emerging Web of data Read more
APR 30, 2013
Plural Marking and Inherently Plural Predicates Read more
APR 26, 2013
Research in Information Extraction Read more